A man accused of murdering a Naperville teacher is currently being held without bail.
Naperville resident Daniel Olaska recently reappeared in Bond Court. His attorney Brian Telander said in court that he had just received copies of surveillance footage and interviews from that night and wanted time to review them before defending his client.
Prosecutors for the state fear the Schaumburg Airport employee would flee if he’s bailed out and asked for it to be denied.
Olaska is charged with the murder of a District 204 teacher and North Central College alumnus Shaun Wild and two counts of attempted first degree murder.
The charges came after he allegedly stabbed Wild in an incident at Frankie’s Blue Room in downtown Naperville earlier this month. NCC senior Willie Hayes and bar employee Rafael Casteneda were also stabbed and injured.
Olaska’s next bond court date on March 2, 2012, and his arraignment date is March 19.
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