Naperville Police arrested this Naperville man, 37-year-old Early Kluss, after reports of a man attempting to lure a female student into his vehicle at the school bus stop near Modaff and Massachusetts around 7:30 Friday morning. Police charged Kluss with two counts of child abduction, possession of a controlled substance and driving under the influence. Police are also asking parents to continue to talk to kids about stranger danger and to never go with someone they don’t know and especially never get into their vehicle.
Census Workers Needed
The City of Naperville is still looking for people to apply as workers for the special census being conducted in early 2018. Applicant testing begins this week for those interested in working. The city is holding the special census in select areas where significant population growth is believed to have occurred since the last census in 2010. A population increase would mean the city could receive more revenue. Applications can be found on the city’s website or at the municipal center.
Winter Reading Program
The Naperville Public Library’s Winter Reading Program begins December 18. All families with kids fifth grade or younger can participate to earn prizes, coupons and entries into weekly drawings to win Chicago Wolves Hockey tickets and a grand prize. You can find more information on the library’s website.
High School Hockey
Naperville Central hockey hit the ice for a matinee against Plainfield yesterday. The RedHawks offense got the scoring going early, scoring four goals in the opening period. Central never looked back from there, tallying four more goals throughout the afternoon, cruising to an 8-1 win to pick up a pair of points in the Illinois West standings.