A Naperville man accused of murdering a District 204 teacher made another appearance in court.
Daniel Olaska’s most recent court appearance was a status hearing where both the prosecutor and defense attorney updated the judge.
Judge Kathryn Creswell granted Defense Attorney Brian Telander an order allowing him to bring a computer and hard drive containing surveillance footage from the night in question to prison for review.
Olaska allegedly stabbed North Central College alum, Shaun Wild, to death at Frankie’s Blue Room in downtown Naperville on February fourth.
Both sides are waiting for the corner’s report and DNA evidence, which is expected to take a while. Olaska is due back in court for another status hearing on December tenth.
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