The man accused of stabbing a District 204 teacher to death has pleaded not guilty.
Daniel Olaska appeared in court today for arraignment following the February 4th murder of Spring Brook Elementary School teacher and North Central College alumnus Shaun Wild at Frankie’s Blue Room in downtown Naperville.
Wild’s friend and a bar employee were also injured.
Last week a DuPage County Grand Jury returned a 14-count indictment against the 27-year-old on seven counts of First Degree Murder, two counts of Attempt First Degree Murder, four counts of Armed Violence and one count of Unlawful Use of a weapon.
After the Naperville resident pleaded not guilty on every count, Assistant State’s Attorney Demetri Demopoulos submitted 300 pages of police reports and eight DVDs of video evidence.
After learning the DVDs submitted just contained clips, Olaska’s attorney Brian Telander asked for the unedited videos.
Olaska’s next court date is scheduled for May 23rd. Reporting from Wheaton, Michelle Corless, Naperville News 17.
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