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Article updated: 12/13/2012 6:09 AM

Dawn Patrol: Arrest in bank robberies, confession in 30 car break-ins

By Jessica Cilella

Lombard man charged with Des Plaines bank robbery

A Lombard man suspected of committing bank robberies in Des Plaines, Oak Brook and Buffalo Grove is in custody, according to an FBI news release. Martin Crossley, 37, was arrested Monday by FBI agents, who found him at a relative's home in Lombard. Full story.

Des Plaines man implicates himself in more than 30 vehicle break-ins

A Des Plaines man who recently was apprehended by police while breaking into a vehicle has implicated himself in 37 other vehicle burglaries in the city since Oct. 1, police said. Frank Sabo, 26, of the 1200 block of Brown Street, was arrested at 3:40 a.m. Nov. 30 while breaking into a vehicle on the 900 block of Greenview Avenue. Full story.

Kane County Children's Advocacy Center gets new leader

Debra Bree, a veteran prosecutor at the Kane County state's attorney's office, has been picked to be the executive director of the Kane County Children's Advocacy Center, filling a vacancy created when Lori Chassee stepped down earlier this year. The center investigates sex crimes against children. Full story.

Lake Zurich providing sales-tax rebates for Mariano's project

Up to $2 million may go to a developer hoping to build a Mariano's Fresh Market in Lake Zurich, thanks to a sales-tax rebate agreement the village recently approved. The grocery store would be part of a retail project at Route 22 and Quentin Road. Full story.

Durbin chairs first hearing on school to prison pipeline

The first federal hearing examining the relationship between schools and the criminal justice system took place Wednesday. Sen. Dick Durbin, a Springfield Democrat, chaired the hearing, which comes after a recent change in Illinois law prompted by an attack on an Elgin teacher and a subsequent Daily Herald investigation. Full story.

$18,000 raised in Hope for the Holidays drive

A Daily Herald fundraiser to buy toys and gifts for children and families at WINGS, a Palatine-based emergency shelter, has raised $18,332 in just two weeks. So far, 341 families and individuals have donated to Hope for the Holidays. The fundraiser was suggested by Daily Herald reader Walt Meder of Arlington Heights, who made a donation himself. There's still time to donate. Full story.

Weather

Gorgeous day on tap for mid-December due to a high temperature of 48 degrees this afternoon. Temperatures will be 34 degrees when you head out the door this morning, then dip back to 32 degrees overnight tonight. Full story.

Traffic

Construction continues on Milwaukee Avenue between Peterson Road and I-90 in Lake County. Traffic lanes are reduced throughout the construction. More traffic.

Bulls beat 76ers 96-89

Joakim Noah scored 21 points and Luol Deng added 19 points and 12 rebounds to help the Bulls win their fourth in a row on the road in a 96-89 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers last night. Full story.

Packers won't have Woodson back for Bears game

Packers coach Mike McCarthy says Charles Woodson won't play against the Bears Sunday because he needs to give his broken collarbone another week to heal. Clay Matthews, however, was back at practice Wednesday for the first time since pulling his hamstring last month. Full story.

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