Week in Review: Gang Members Busted, Peppo's on the Move & a Deli Rebuilds after Fire
Catch the big headlines from Oct. 15-19.
MONDAY, OCT. 15
Two Gangster Disciples were hit late last week with more charges stemming from a series of Palos Heights break-ins.
USMC Sgt. Andrew J. Jender, a Stagg High School graduate and Palos Hills resident, is back home for a short while before he returns to active duty.
TUESDAY, OCT. 16
A Palos Park resident was targeted in well-known scam where someone on the other end of a phone call claims to be a grandchild in need of money.
Palos Heights police reports, Oct. 4-6.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17
The Ilics, who own the European Deli in Worth, have spent a lifetime in the culinary arts.
Smokin' Joe's BBQ has lost hundreds of dollars because of stolen cooking grease, says owner.
THURSDAY, OCT. 18
The two were held up at Bill's Hungry Boys near closing time.
Three students face charges stemming from two different tussles on Oct. 9.
FRIDAY, OCT. 19
Palos Lanes will soon offer video gaming to customers. State police are expected to inspect five gambling devices on Friday.
The more than 30-year-old, family-run operation is looking to take on the suburbs, one step at a time.