Student 'Kill List' Rumor Unfounded, Dad Opposed to Sex-Heavy Movies Runs for Board: Week in Review
Patch looks back at five of the most read stories from the week of Dec. 17 to Dec 21.
1. Rumor About Student Bringing Gun and 'Kill List' to School Not True: Clarendon Hills Police Chief Ted Jenkins said his department got about a dozen calls over the weekend from concerned parents in the wake of the Newtown, CT, school shooting.
2. Dad Who Fought Sex-Heavy Movies in School Running for D86 Board: Three of the four current members up for re-election filed their papers to run in April along with three challengers, two of whom have names you may recognize.
3. Downers Grove Teen Charged in Hinsdale Home Burglary: The Downers Grove resident was found with a ring that was reported stolen during a timeframe in which she was was inside the Madison Street home.
4. Police-Seized Porsche Sold on eBay for $33,000: Clarendon Hills Police Chief Ted Jenkins said the amount is the most the department has received for a seized vehicle in his time.
5. Downtown Ice Rink Planned for Vacant Lot: The rink would be a temporary use for 1923 Walker Ave., though an extended cold-weather streak is needed first.
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