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Police & Fire
19 paid-on-call and one firefighter paramedic were sworn in to the Oswego Fire Protection District.
Jury in Vaughn murder trial also hears about odd bullet holes in Vaughn's jacket that an experts says were fired when the jacket was wrapped around the gun.
A look at the weekly reports from the Kendall County Sheriff's Office, Aug. 22 - Aug. 28.
In a second day of taped interviews shown to the jury at Vaughn's murder trial, the Oswego man changes his story and recalls that his wife fired a gun at him.
A look at police reports from the Oswego Police Department from Aug. 20-27.
Throughout hours of interviews conducted on the day his wife and children were killed, Christopher Vaughn erupts in anger just once.
Started with a bad check in May 2011 to an Oswego victim.
Police interviewed Vaughn in the hours after his family's deaths in an attempt to figure out how they came to be stopped on an isolated road near Channahon.
Commander Robert Wollwert has served as a patrol deputy, community policing officer, patrol supervisor and sergeant, training coordinator, detective sergeant and now support services commander.
However, the state trooper who made it was allowed to testify on the record that Will County State's Attorney Jim Glasgow called Kimberly Vaughn an "angel" incapable of murder.
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