Police Respond at Olympus Drive
Naperville Police are investigating a report of shots fired overnight in the 0-100 block of Olympus Drive. There is a large police presence at the location, which is parallel to Naperville Plaza on Washington. There is no current threat to the public. Everyone is reminded that suspicious activity, vehicles or individuals should be reported immediately to 911. If you have information about this incident, call Investigations at (630) 420-6726.
Lifesaving Award Winner
Naperville Police Officer Jason Duffy recently received the Lifesaving Award for the third time. Duffy has revived several overdosing opioid users using the overdose antidote nasal spray Narcan, which he first used to revive a person in early 2015. This latest award comes after a January 11 incident in which a man’s life was saved. A 10-year veteran on the force, Duffy is one of six to receive the Lifesaving Award so far this year.
NCC Men’s Volleyball
North Central College Men’s Volleyball continued its perfect conference season this weekend, sweeping Mount St. Joseph on Saturday and knocking off Wittenberg on Friday. The team’s 9-0 record puts NCC as the top seed in the MVCL tournament, hosted by North Central College this weekend. The Cardinals will begin their quest for the conference crown on Friday night at 7:30 against Loras College, with the Championship game being played Saturday at 2:00 p.m. You can watch the game streaming live on NCTV17 and NCTV17.com
Remembering Kenneth Packer
And finally, we remember Kenneth Packer, the founder of Naperville’s Packer Engineering, who died on Wednesday at the age of 93. Ken founded Packer Engineering in the basement of his home in Naperville. The work he was most proud of was with the Packer Education Foundation that included Packer Wings, which taught aviation and technology to high school students and teachers. Though born in Grand Rapids, MI, Ken was a resident of Naperville, IL since 1957 and will be remembered this Saturday.