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Carpentersville man gets 7 years in prison on weapons chargeA 26-year-old Carpentersville man was sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to a weapons charge. David C. Bridges faced anywhere between six to 30 years behind bars on the felony charge of armed habitual criminal. He was arrested in March 2013 with a handgun and had two previous felony convictions.Last Updated Apr 22, 2014 2:34 PM
Probation for repeat Elgin prescription drug offenderUpdated Apr 21, 2014 4:58 PM
A 38-year-old Elgin woman who was arrested three times last year on felony prescription drug forgery and possession charges pleaded guilty Monday and got five years of probation. If Colleen Bagley fails to complete it, she could be sentenced anywhere from 5 to 16 year in prison. Bagley's sister-in-law, who has custody of her two children, said she believes significant prison time might be the only answer.
Fox Valley police reportsUpdated Apr 18, 2014 4:32 PM
Anthony J. Miller, 51, of Elgin, was charged with operating an uninsured motor vehicle, driving a vehicle with expired registration, driving while his license is suspended or revoked, and possession of cannabis (8.28 grams), at 2 a.m. Thursday at Foothill and Randall roads in Elgin, according to a sheriff’s report.
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2014 Miss Teen Chicago
Sandra Hill of Carpentersville was recently selected to participate in the 2014 Miss Teen Chicago Pageant that will take place on Sunday, October 27, 2013. Sandra learned of her acceptance into this year?s competition when the pageant announced their selections following interviewing in the local Chicago area. Sandra submitted an application and took part in an interview session that was conducted by this year?s Chicago Pageant Coordinator.
Sandra will be competing, for her share of thousands of dollars in prizes and specialty gifts that will be distributed to contestants. Sandra will be competing in the Miss Teen division, one of four divisions that will feature young ladies ages 7 through 19 and competing in modeling routines, which will include casual wear and formal wear. Most important, Sandra will display her personality and interviewing skills while interviewing with this year?s Chicago judging panel. Personality is the number one aspect that each contestant is judged on during all phases of competition.
If Sandra were to win the title of Miss Teen Chicago, she would represent Chicago and the surrounding communities at the National Competition that will take place in Orlando, Florida. Over $30,000.00 in prizes and awards will be presented at the National Competition while each winner enjoys this expense paid trip of five nights and six days in Orlando, Florida.
Community businesses, organizations and private individuals will assist Sandra in participating in this year?s competition by becoming an official sponsor to her. Through sponsorship, each contestant receives all the necessary training, rehearsals and financial support which will allow Sandra to become a very confident and well-prepared contestant in this year?s Chicago Pageant.
Any business, organization or private individual who may be interested in becoming a sponsor to Sandra may contact the Miss Teen Chicago pageant coordinator Patty, at 1-877-403-6678. Nidya Hill
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