Burr Ridge Resident Pleads Not Guilty to Baseball Bat Beating Charges
The same day that Gov. Pat Quinn signed a new law that toughens penalties for gang crime in Illinois, a Burr Ridge resident was informed that he has been indicted on 22 charges in a case the DuPage County State's Attorney said is gang-related. The felony charges against Burr Ridge resident Nicolas Sanchez, 18, are related to two baseball bat ... (more)
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#1 Jun 13, 2012
good throw him away for a long time,tired of these punks
#2 Jun 13, 2012
Give him life behind bars!! Punks like this give us Hispanics a bad reputation ( gangs, drugs, abusing gov. services etc).
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