Friday, December 28, 2012
Randall Bianchi, 22, died Dec. 22, and police may charge his Grayslake girlfriend in relation to his death, several media sources are reporting.
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Friday, December 28, 2012
Randall Bianchi, 22, formerly of Cary, had just proposed to his girlfriend on Friday, Dec. 21, at the Grayslake apartment the couple shared when a short time later he collapsed, according to the Lake County News Sun. Bianchi, a Cary native, was transported from his residence in the Grays Pointe Condominiums to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville. He died on Saturday, the News Sun story states. Toxicology results are pending. But based on paraphernalia found at the apartment, police believe Bianchi, who had a history of drug abuse, died from a heroin overdose, the Northwest Herald reports. Grayslake Police may charge the 21-year-old girlfriend relating to Bianchi's death. The Lake County State's Attorney's Office and …
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Chicagoland news to talk about: Glencoe and Winnetka ranked among richest U.S. towns based on earnings.
Elmhurst College is now including a question about sexual orientation and gender identity on its admissions application. The dean of admissions said the college is "trying to recruit students who are academically qualified and diverse," according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Sources say this is a first, or at least very rare, among American colleges. In McHenry County, police say heroin-related deaths and crimes are on the rise. The charge of drug-induced homicide brought Tuesday against a 23-year-old Lake in the Hills man is the third case of its kind in the past 18 months for the Crystal Lake Police Department. Lake in the Hills police said more teens and adults in their 20s were using the drug. Federal agents arrested a …
Crystal Lake Police Department Chief Eugene Lowry said easy access to the drug and the low cost of heroin could be part of the problem.
The charge of drug-induced homicide brought Tuesday against a 23-year-old Lake in the Hills man is the third case of its kind in the past 18 months for the Crystal Lake Police Department, police officials said. The most recent charge came following an investigation into the heroin overdose death of Sean P. Hopman, 24, of Crystal Lake. On Tuesday, Philip D. Neumann, 23, of 106 Dear Path, Lake in the Hills, was charged with drug-induced homicide in connection with Hopman's death. Hopman died on Jan. 30 and police allege that during a drug deal on Jan. 29, Neumann provided Hopman with the heroin that lead to his death. The Crystal Lake Police Department has seen an increase in heroin overdoses and criminal activity by those who use heroin, …
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
A Lake in the Hills man has been charged with drug induced homicide for allegedly selling heroin to 25-year-old who fatally overdosed.
A Lake in the Hills man is charged with drug induced homicide stemming from a heroin overdose death of a Crystal Lake man on Jan. 30. The charge is a Class X felony, with a sentence of up to 30 years prison if convicted. Crystal Lake Police served Philip D. Neumann, 23, 106 Deer Path, Lake in the Hills, with a warrant and complaint on Aug. 23 at the Kane County Jail, where he is already in custody on an unrelated cocaine charge, also a Class X felony. According to police, Neumann facilitated a heroin sale with a 25-year old Crystal Lake man hours before responding to a call for assistance from his home at about 1 a.m. “We’re alleging that Neumann delivered it on the 29th, which we believe was within hours [of the overdose],” Deputy …