Staff members at Heritage Behavioral Health Center were threatened and assaulted.
Joseph M. Krol waives a preliminary hearing on the evidence against him.
He apologized after he was arrested.
Officers say son's gun was stolen and they also seized cannabis from the house.
She says he became angry when she refused to discuss their relationship.
He was armed with a loaded gun that had been reported as stolen.
He has three previous convictions for domestic battery.
A judge has rejected bail for an 18-year-old man who allegedly opened fire on a group of Chicago teenagers last summer, killing two of them.
He was hunting for members of a rival street gang, according to police.
Some marketing experts say Kyle Rittenhouse, who met with Donald Trump at Mar-a-Lago this week, may be able to leverage his story into lucrative paid appearances and even a book.
Prosecutors say a sixth person, a child, has died after an SUV was driven into a Wisconsin Christmas parade.
Suspect was also standing next to the vehicle when officers arrived.
Vehicle hit by more than five bullets as woman cowered in her home.
Aaron L. Hand will be sentenced Dec. 20.
Victim says she was punched and then burned by a cigarette in an ashtray that was thrown at her.
Court documents say the man admitted to “accidentally” taking the shirt, as well as entering the porch and moving the cushions.
The man was booked on preliminary charges of theft and motor vehicle burglary alongside an earlier charge of possession of meth.
Bank staff arrived for work to find machine trashed.
A Decatur man who was wanted for a robbery in 2019 had to be shot with a stun gun after resisting arrest and attempting to disarm an officer Monday night.
Two more people have been charged in connection with an August crash that killed three members of a southwestern Illinois family.
Two Illinois men have been charged with providing alcohol to an 18-year-old accused in a drunken driving crash that killed a Bethalto family of three in August in Madison County.
A man who was discovered after living at O’Hare International Airport for three months without detection was cleared of a related criminal charge this week in a case that raised security questions at one of the world’s busiest airports.
Albert E. Tillman, already on parole for weapons offenses, appeared in court Wednesday denying charges he was caught driving around Decatur with an illegal gun tucked under the rear child seat occupied by a 2-year-old infant.