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A Mokena man was charged with five counts of child pornography and one count of possession of a controlled substance.
Daniel J. Foiles, 37, of 19548 Walnut St., in Mokena, was charged May 1 after being taken into custody April 30, according to the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office.
A search warrant was served on the suspect’s home where computers were seized. Cocaine was also discovered in the home weighing 0.5 grams, according to the State’s Attorney’s Office.
Ladies and gentleman of Mokena, start your engines. Indoor go-karts could be coming to town.
Developers at Autobahn Indoor Speedway want a two-track, 65,000-square-foot racing business up and running inside the Ligo building at 9100 W. 191st St. by June or July.
The plan was first publicly detailed Monday, Jan. 20, during a Village Board work session.
Mokena teen who allegedly resisted police arrested again
A Mokena 19-year-old who police subdued with a stun gun during an alleged altercation in early April was arrested again Sunday, April 27, this time allegedly with 368 Xanax pills and marijuana in his possession.
Robert M. Hollingsworth, 19, of the 11400 block of Abbey Road, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver, possession of marijuana, underage drinking and driving on the wrong side of the road.
The Will County Sheriff’s Office is investing an apparent murder-suicide in Frankfort Township in which a 76-year-old man allegedly shot and killed his 72-year-old wife and then turned the gun on himself.
A proposal for a new gun range in the Village of Mokena was well received by the Mokena Village Board of Trustees Oct. 19 during a regular work session meeting.
Thomas Willingham, founder and CEO of Point Blank Range & Gun Shop, is seeking a special use permit for a gun range that would potentially be located at 18810 S. 88th Ave., in Mokena, which was the original site of Live Fire Gun Shop and Club that was approved last year in September by the Mokena Village Board of Trustees.
The Lincoln-Way High School district that went from one high school to four in less than 10 years in the 2000s will officially go back down to three.