Clean-up efforts continued Tuesday in northern Vermilion County where high winds, heavy rains and hail did damage in Hoopeston, Rossville and Bismarck Friday night.
No injuries were reported. The storm flooded streets and farm fields. Trees and power lines were down. The Vermilion County Emergency Management Agency reported hail in excess of two inches. Winds reached 70 mph.
An afternoon shooting in Kankakee Tuesday left a man in critical condition. The victim was shot in the neck following what police are calling an altercation in an alley near Bourbonnais Street and Harrison Avenue.
Police believe there was only one shooter, but several shots were fired. The victim's name has not been released.
Tuesday's violence follows the city's third homicide on Sunday.
A 30-year-old Illinois man who authorities say is a prime suspect in a two-state drug operation is in custody in Jasper County, Indiana. Sheriff’s Police report Dennis Hogan will be held for authorities in Kankakee County.
The sheriff's office received information Friday, through federal sources working with area drug task force units, on a wanted subject fleeing from Hopkins Park. Agencies warned the suspect may be armed and dangerous.
A Jasper County press release stated, the wanted man was identified as Hogan, also known by his street name "Dino." He was wanted on a violent felony involving the use of a firearm, and was named a prime suspect in a drug operation between Indiana and Illinois.
Hogan was located riding in the backseat of a vehicle along State Road 14. Hogan was taken into custody with incident.
Riverside Health Care, NuCor, and the Village of Bourbonnais are conducting a household hazardous waste drop-off event Saturday. It's at the Riverside Healthcare-Bourbonnais campus on Routye 45. Citizens can drop-off the waste products from 8 am 'til 12 Noon. There are certain items that will be collected and others that won't. The Village of Bourbonnais Facebook page has a list of the items.