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Man Accused in Death of Elderly Tinley Woman Heads Back to Court; Painted Pastures Trial Starts

Also, prosecutors working Allan Kustok's murder case are still waiting for a last police report before the defense can start their legal efforts—All in this week's court watch.

The Southland's major criminal and civil cases heard in Cook County and Will County courts this week.

Cook County

OAK LAWN —

Dr. Rajat Prakash was put on leave last month after it was alleged he fondled a patient.

ORLAND PARK —

A year and half later, investigations continue into the death of Allan Kustok's wife, Jeanie.

PALOS —

Mohammad Salahat is accused of driving other men to murder John and Maria Granat in Palos Township in September 2011.

Also, pretrial hearings were continued six weeks for Palos Hills-resident Joseph Campione. , Campione turned himself in late last year after surveillance footage showing a man steal a donation canister from a Crestwood convenient store was released to news sources.

TINLEY PARK —

Prosecutors presented their evidence in what could be the first of three cases against Dawn Hamill.

Will County

TINLEY PARK — An Orland Park involved in a returns to court in just one week. Nicholas Gorny was more than four times the legal blood-alcohol limit when his car crossed lanes and struck a car driven by Loretta Falat, who succumbed to her injuries a month later, police said. Gorny pleaded not guilty in November.

On the Docket Next Week

MONDAY

Kevin Skaritka,

TUESDAY

Hui Zheng,

Michael T. Kelly, Oak Lawn man 

WEDNESDAY

Norberto Rodriguez,

THURSDAY

Nicholas Gorny, Orland Park man

FRIDAY

Rodney Albright, a Palos Park employee 

 

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Sgt. USMC March 11, 2012 at 03:09 AM
Doctors fondling patients? You can't trust anyone these days.
Sgt. USMC March 11, 2012 at 03:12 AM
It seems like a bad week for elderly people. How can you live with yourself if your DUI caused someone to loose their grandmother? Seriously? You get hammered and other poeple pay the price.

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