Crime Catchup: Criminal HIV Transmission, Utility Worker Imposters

The top five most-read crime stories for La Grange and La Grange Park during March.

  1. La Grange Park Man Charged with Criminal HIV Transmission: Sheriff
    John Savage, a Cicero police officer, failed to tell a man that he had HIV before they engaged in sexual activity, the Cook County Sheriff said.
  2. Man Exposes Himself at La Grange Train Station: Police Blotter
    The woman who reported the incident said the man appeared to be drunk.
  3. A pit bull attacked a toy poodle being walked by its owner in the 300 block of Bluff Avenue, police said. 
  4. La Grange police advise residents to ask for an ID if anyone comes to your door claiming to be a village employee. 
  5. 2 Fake ComEd Workers Spotted in South Stone Backyard
    The resident called ComEd to confirm their identity, but the company told her no workers were supposed to be at her house that day, police said. 


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