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updated: 7/31/2013 6:56 PM

Supervision for four in Streamwood shooting

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Four people who police say used a .22 caliber revolver to take target practice at books and a beer can during a June 2013 party at a Streamwood home pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges recently in Rolling Meadows.

Peter M. Kriescher Jr., 18, of the 13000 block of 70th Court, Streamwood; Jacalyn R. Dooley, 21, of the 8000 block of Nielsen Dr., Tinley Park; Jaime L. Johnson, 22, of the 10000 block of S. Maplewood Ave., Chicago; and Teresa A. Kitchin, 20, of the 14000 block of Woodland Ave., Orland Park pleaded guilty to reckless conduct.

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In exchange for their guilty pleas, a Cook County judge sentenced each of them to one year of supervision, eight days of community service and $414 in fines.

A fifth defendant, Peter M. Kriescher, 49, of the 400 block of Waverly in Streamwood, was charged with discharging a firearm and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He next appears in a Rolling Meadows courtroom on Aug. 22.

Streamwood police followed up on a report of a loud party June 2 in the 400 block of Sherwood Drive after a neighbor complained that a firework or pellet gun had penetrated his bedroom wall. Officers determined that a bullet had traveled through the bedroom and lodged in a closet door.

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