Don’t be a victim; be aware.***RUSE BURGLARS HIT MOKENA AND HOMER GLEN***
OFFENDERS POSING AS COM ED EMPLOYEES
This week, the Sheriff's Office has taken reports from two elderly victims who stated that an unknown man came to their front door and identified himself as an employee of Com Ed. The man then convinced the victims to allow him to enter their homes and began leading them to the back of the home in order to distract them. A second man then entered their homes and stole jewelry and other personal items.
The Sheriff's Office is reaching out to all residents and asking them to be aware of this type of burglary and to please sit down and educate your elderly parents, neighbors, and friends. With the warm weather here these burglars are specifically looking for elderly victims. ... See MoreSee Less
The city of Wilmington will have a new deputy chief installed at the police department. On April 13, Police Chief Phil Arnold explained the addition of a deputy chief to the members of the Police and ESDA committee. “In 2014, our former deputy chief, Rick Juster, was on medical leave. We hoped tha...
Congratulations National Honor Society inductees. We’re proud of you!Congratulations to the newest class of inductees to the Wilmington High School chapter of the National Honor Society￼! ... See MoreSee Less