Armstrong — Video Commentaries new John H. Officials say January probably earliest Aurora police could get body cameras. Part Two video John H. The city added two rocking horses for children sometime in the past two months, on the east side of a fountain that is in the center of the park, the lawsuit states.
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State law requires child sex offenders to live more than feet away from a playground. The city is using new mapping software that showed those men are living too close to the park, and Aurora has no choice but to follow state law, Irvin has said.
Child sex offenders at Aurora shelter sue city over demand they move.
Notify me of new posts by email. There were seven offenders convicted of drug crimes released on parole near Illinois zip code during the fourth quarter, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by the Kane County Reporter. Related Article Judge: Aurora can move sex offenders from halfway house that is too close to park.
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