Friday, March 22, 2013
Eileen J. Kramer was rushed to Rush-Copley Medical Center this morning.
UPDATED 11:30 a.m. Friday Eileen Kramer was found alive and conscious this morning by police and fire personnel searching a field near Waubonsia and Hinman Street, according to Montgomery police. She was taken to Rush-Copley Medical Center where she is being treated for exposure to the cold, police said. An update on her condition was not immediately available. No foul play is suspected. Original post A Montgomery woman with Alzheimer’s Disease has been reported missing from the 1300 block of Jackson Street in Montgomery, according to Montgomery Police. Eileen J. Kramer, 66, was last seen at about 2:30 p.m. Thursday wearing a black jacket with “Riverview Diner” written on the front and “Woody” on the back. She was also wearing a gray …
Monday, October 8, 2012
Letter is at the Montgomery Village Hall.
The village of Montgomery is hoping to collect some more signatures on a get-well card for police Sgt. Adam Kuncl, who was injured when he was hit by a car while repsonding to a call of shots fired Sept. 29. Kuncl suffered a skull fracture, which required stitches to his head, along with a broken scapula, compressed discs in his back and multiple lacerations and bruises to his head, face and body. Kuncl is still recovering from his injuries and a date for his to return to work has not been determined The card is available for all to sign at Montgomery Village Hall through the early part of this week.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Sgt. Adam Kuncl was struck by a vehicle leaving a party after a report of shots being fired. Kendall J. Collier, 18, is charged with aggravated DUI in the incident.
A Montgomery police patrol sergeant is home after being struck by a car early Saturday. Sgt. Adam Kuncl suffered a skull fracture, which required stitches to his head, along with a broken scapula, compressed discs in his back and multiple lacerations and bruises to his head, face and body, according to Police Chief Daniel Meyers. Kuncl was released from Rush-Copley Medical Center on Sunday. The Oswego teenager accused of hitting Kuncl while driving drunk, Kendall J. Collier, was reportedly fleeing a party in the 700 block of Oakton Road where police had received a report of shots fired. Kuncl was responding to the report of gunshots when he was struck by Collier’s 1998 Chevy Malibu, according to Meyers. Sign up for Montgomery Patch’s …
Saturday, September 29, 2012
Sgt. Adam Kuncl was injured while responding to a report of shots fired Saturday morning on Oakton Road; Kendall J. Collier, 18, of Oswego is charged with aggravated DUI in the incident. It's his fourth arrest since May.
Updated 1:45 p.m. Sunday Montgomery police have recovered the .45-caliber handgun believed to have been used in a late-night shooting on Oakton Road, according to the Chicago Tribune. The gun was found inside a black Dodge pickup truck at the scene of the shooting, which caused a mass exodus from a party in the 700 block of Oakton Road shortly after midnight Saturday, Chief Daniel Meyers told the Tribune. The officer who responded to the report of shots fired, Sgt. Adam Kuncl, was struck by a vehicle at the scene and seriously injured police, said. His condition has since stablized. Meyers said Kendall J. Collier, 18, was driving the 1998 white Chevy Malibu that struck Kuncl. The teen, of the 100 block of Linden in Oswego, is charged with …
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Here's a look at some of the craziest crimes from around the area.
- PUBLIC SAFETY
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Today we're introducing a new feature on Patch called OMG PD. It's a collection of some of the most interesting and bizarre crimes from around the area in recent days. Daryl Florenco Dourado, 25, of the 1500 block of Acorn Court in Lombard, was arrested at 10:25 p.m. June 15 near 95th Street and Reflection Drive, Naperville police said. He was charged with unlawful use of weapons, operating a vehicle without insurance, speeding 30 MPH or more over the limit and disobeying a traffic control device. His bond was $200. Dourado was stopped for running a red light and traveling 103 MPH in a 45-MPH zone. Under the driver's seat were two cans of pepper spray, metal knuckles and an expandable baton. A woman renting a room at the Motel 6 in Joliet…
Friday, May 11, 2012
A fundraiser has been scheduled for May 23, and an account set up at Harris Bank for the family of 16-year-old Jennifer VanEtten, who lost her life in an accident in Montgomery on Tuesday night.
UPDATE: According to Ellen Stephens-Kahl, Olive Garden restaurants in Oswego and Naperville will donate all the food for the May 23 benefit dinner, and provide servers as well. Tragedy has a way of defining a community, of bringing people together to help the healing process in any way they can. The story of Jennifer VanEtten is no different. Ever since news broke of the devastating accident on Tuesday night in Montgomery that claimed the life of the Big Rock 16-year-old, people have been rallying around the family, hoping to find a way to help. Here are a couple of ways you can do just that. Family members have organized a spaghetti dinner at the Plano American Legion Post 395, at 510 E. Dearborn Street in Plano, from 5-8 p.m. on …
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Three people were taken to the hospital - one by helicopter - when a minivan collided with a semi truck on Tuesday night at Orchard Road and Route 30.
Three people were injured when a minivan collided with a semi truck at Orchard Road and Route 30 in Montgomery on Tuesday night. The minivan was headed north on Orchard and crashed into a semi truck in the southbound lane around 8:20 p.m., Oswego firefighters said. Three people were injured in the crash, all women. Two were taken to Rush-Copley Medical Center in Aurora, and one was transported to another hospital by helicopter, which landed on Orchard Road just south of Route 30. A fourth person involved in the accident refused medical treatment, according to Oswego Battalion Chief Jeff Warren. None of the names have been released, and Warren did not say whether the injured people were drivers or passengers. The intersection remained …