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Jakharr Williams, who Orland Park Police have named as their suspect in the Jan. 21 shooting death of 18-year-old Javon Britten at Orland Square, will not be leaving police custody while he awaits his next hearing. Judge John J. Mahoney around 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, denied bond to Williams during a hearing at the Cook County Courthouse for the Fifth Municipal District in Bridgeview, after the facts of the case were presented to the judge.
Bill Jones
Michael Patrick McGrath, a 17-year-old senior from Orland Park attending Marist High School, died this week. The school announced the death in a post on its website.
Bill Jones
Two men wearing masks and carrying guns reportedly scared an Orland Park resident into his home and fired a shot through a door over the weekend.
Bill Jones
On Twitter, David Dolitsky’s signature smile is everywhere. His friends and family have shared photos and short videos of the late 17-year-old Sandburg High School student, who was best known for his humor and his heart.
F. Amanda Tugade
A preliminary police investigation revealed a 59-year-old man likely shot a 43-year-old woman “numerous” times June 24 before shooting himself in the parking lot of an Orland Park restaurant.
Bill Jones
Tensions ran high Sept. 17 during a nearly two-hour public hearing on the potential annexation of a gas station held prior to the start of the Tinley Park Village Board meeting.
Bill Jones
Wesley Peak

An Orland Fire Protection District firefighter reportedly died the morning of Sunday, Sept. 7, in a single-vehicle crash.

Wesley Peak, 36, of the 200 block of Marquette Place in Manteno, was pronounced dead at 7:43 a.m., according to the daily case ledger from the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office.

The crash took place on Peak’s way to work, according to fire district spokesperson Ray Hanania.

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Owner says Orland Park locations not going anywhere
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Illinois State Police said three people were not injured after their vehicle was shot at the evening of Sept. 30 while traveling eastbound on Interstate 80 near LaGrange Road. The incident took place around 9:02 p.m. that evening, according to a press release issued the next day by Illinois State Police.
Bill Jones
Yianni Livieratos will be a sophomore at Sandburg High School in the fall. He made the varsity team as a freshman, competing first in singles and later in doubles.
Tim Carroll

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