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When Deisy Garcia was threatened by her husband, she filed a report with her local police precinct. Then she and her children were murdered and critics believe they'd still be alive if police had translated her report, which she wrote in Spanish.
One of them is 25-year-old infielder Jose Garcia, the Slammers' newest acquisition who hit .320 last season with two teams in the American Association...A native of Caracas, Venezuela, Garcia has played 280 games in Double A or higher. We're really
Beach Fossils, Blouse, and also the Beets, has a pretty high tolerance for eccentricity. Still, Wauters sticks out. "I mean, have you met the guy?" he asks, laughing. "Don't think about going back...When I do, he's leaning on a railing in front of a
The Bears showed off some slick ball-handling in a 1-0 victory over visiting Sequoia-Redwood City on Friday afternoon. Menlo-Atherton stayed in the hunt in the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division race with the win, currently sporting a 4-1-1
Holiday husband' Jose Garcia tried to murder wife Fiona A former hotel entertainer from the Dominican Republic has been convicted of trying to murder the Scottish woman he married after a holiday romance. Jose Garcia, 28, stabbed 40-year-old Fiona
But that certainly wasn't the case during a scoreless first half, or the midway point of the second half, when Woodside trailed by a goal. "First half, I think we counted 11 or 12 shots on frame," Woodside coach Darrell Ringman said. "They just weren'
But instead of winning the juror's sympathy, the maneuver could win him an extra six years behind bars. Garcia, 31, of San Jose was charged this week with felony jury tampering, prosecutor Daniel Rothbach said. The charge is rare, presumably because
However, prosecutors have long said Rebollar-Vergara's fellow gang member Jose Garcia, 18, of the 600 block of Deepwoods Drive in Mundelein was the triggerman in the shooting at 12:40 a.m. on March 10. On Wednesday, Lake County Assistant State's
Edwardsville's high-scoring start broke the hearts of Wheeling's boys soccer team late Saturday night at Hoffman Estates High School. In the last game of the high school season, the Tigers struck for two first-period goals, then fought and defended
Wheeling's boys soccer state championship dream is still alive and well. The Wildcats left no doubt about whether or not they belong in the Class 3A title game by handling Lake Park 3-0 in a state semifinal matchup Friday at Hoffman Estates. That