Man Exposes Himself
A Naperville man and former Metea Valley schoolteacher has been charged with public indecency after two incidents in which he exposed himself to adult women. Twenty-five year old Luke J. Pigott turned himself in to police on August 22 after multiple women reported seeing a man masturbating in a silver SUV near the intersection of 87th Street and Keim Road.
Chicago Man Arrested for 2016 Naperville Crime
A Chicago man was arrested earlier this month for armed robbery committed in Naperville almost two years ago. According to a Naperville Police Department release, Antwon McCollum and a female offender entered a Sprint store on 95th Street and Route 59, tied up the employees and robbed them of their personal belongings and several cell phones. McCollum was arrested on unrelated charges along with the Naperville warrant.
A bit of rain didn’t delay a unique lesson on electric power that students got this morning at Jefferson Junior High. They got an up-close look at Navistar’s “chargE” electric bus prototype, to promote STEM programing. And extra addition to the morning was a visit from Naperville North’s robotics team, who showed off their robot and talked about the engineering behind it.
Golden Spike Award
Last night Naperville resident and former Waubonsie Valley softball player Michele Calabrese was presented with the Golden Spike award by the Wheatland Spikes softball program. The award is given to the graduating player who shows consistent commitment, great character and leadership. Michele has played for the Spike program since she was 8 years old. The unanimous All-DVC selection will be playing softball next spring at Illinois State University.
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