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The grow house next door

Two teachers. Two hundred marijuana plants. Two years in court. By Ben Joravsky @joravben and Mick Dumke @mickeyd1971 On December 5, 2009, Cook County sheriff’s police sergeant Patrick Donovan spotted two men in a white, windowless cargo van on the loading dock of a shop called the Brew and Grow, …

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Teen heroin use alarms suburbs

Naperville forum aims to bring parents, law enforcement and treatment officials together By Melissa Jenco, Chicago Tribune reporter July 15, 2012 The cost of heroin and the danger of using a needle to shoot it once kept many suburban teenagers away from the drug, experts say. But those barriers have …

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Illinois foreclosures rise 29 percent in May

Nationally, May was the first month since January 2010 that the number of homes starting on the foreclosure path rose on an annual basis Associated Press 6:01 a.m. CDT, June 14, 2012 Illinois home foreclosure activity rose 29 percent in May compared to the previous month and is 54 percent …

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Our Representatives are sponsoring CISPA

The US House is considering a bill called CISPA that is a gross violation of our privacy rights. According to the ACLU it would “let military agencies such as the National Security Agency directly collect the Internet records of American citizens who use the public, domestic, civilian Internet” and “use …

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A Finger Printing US Photo

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Notary Public Illinois

Notary Service Chicago can notarize documents of conveyance, Quitclaim deed, passports & residential real estate documents authorized by a State-appointed Illinois Notary Public Official. Affidavits, Amended Tax Returns, Auto Leasing, Bill of Sale, Business Contracts, Business Partnerships, Child Custody Agreements, City/County/State Bid Forms, Closing Document, Divorce Agreements, Home Rental, Leasing …

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A A Passport & Visa Photo

A A Passport & Visa Photo We provide service for the entire state of IL. We provide Photos for Visa, Diversity Lottery, Citizenship, Green Card, Passport, Immigration, Re-Entry Permit, Gun License – Fire Arms, International Driver’s License, Photo IDs. We provide Photos for Canadian Passport and Immigration or any other …

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Grayslake police chief arrested for DUI after crash in Kenosha

The Grayslake police chief was charged with DUI after he and his wife were involved in a crash while returning from a restaurant just over the state line in Wisconsin, authorities say. Matt McCutcheon was turning onto Route 45 in Silver Lake when he struck a car on the highway …

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ICE arrests 67 in Illinois

Sarah Schulte April 2, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) Critics say most of the 3,100 criminal aliens and immigration fugitives arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are not a serious threat to society. For six days, ICE agents swept through the states looking for criminal aliens and repeat immigration law violators …

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Clout-heavy ex-police chief on $30k pension sweetener: ‘I deserve every penny’

At first blush, a pension bill adopted by the General Assembly in 2007 seemed to have a laudable goal: extending retirement benefits to local police force employees’ widows after they remarried. But buried within the legislation was something considerably less altruistic: a provision that enabled a member of one of …

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Illinois judge: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

By Megan Geuss In Cook County today Judge Stanley J. Sacks declared Illinois’ eavesdropping law—which is one of the toughest in the nation—unconstitutional in his ruling in the case of Christopher Drew, who was charged with the felony crime in 2009. The eavesdropping law prohibits citizens from making audio or …

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