Klein in Court
Edward Klein, the Wisconsin man charged with shooting Amtrak Conductor Michael Case in Naperville on May 16, appeared in court this morning. Attorneys for Klein discussed whether or not he is fit to stand trail due to his mental health. A judge postponed the decision, giving officials more time to research his mental health history and medical documents. Klein will next appear in court on August 7.
“Dope Man” Premiere
A Naperville resident will be the focus of a new A&E TV special premiering tonight called “Dope Man.” The hour-long show features Tim Ryan, a former heroin addict and founder of A Man in Recovery Foundation, who sheds light on the fight against heroin and opioid abuse. TED x Naperville will be screening the show at the Yellow Box Church at 8 p.m. and Tim Ryan will be signing copies of his new book From Dope to Hope: A Man in Recovery. Admission is free.
National Night Out
Tonight also kicks off National Night out in Naperville. This year there will be three community events planned, with the first taking place tonight at Centennial Beach. From 5-8 p.m. families can stop by to meet and interact with local law enforcement. A donated breakfast item benefitting Loaves and Fishes Community Services will get you in for free. Neighborhood events will follow tomorrow evening and an emergency vehicle show will take place on Sunday.
Naperville City Swim Meet
The Naperville City Swim Meet was held at Neuqua Valley over the weekend, celebrating its 50th anniversary. Many high school swimmers made their marks on Friday night, with Maplebrook II swimmer Alexa Puccini breaking the 50-yard freestyle record in the first event of the meet with a time of 23.82 seconds. The Naperville Central sophomore also won the 50 fly. The Tall Grass Lightning stole the show on Friday night, thanks to wins from Waubonsie Valley grad Hannah Hunt in the 100 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke. Tallgrass also got help from the boys as Jared Simpson won the 100 medley and set a pool record in the 100 backstroke. On day two, the Saybrook Sharks showed off their depth in the 14 and under age groups, taking the lead after the morning session and hanging on to win the City Meet for the second consecutive year. Tallgrass finished second with Cress Creek Country Club finishing third. Congratulations to all the swimmers on an incredible swim meet.
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