The FBI isn't saying if it's any closer to find Yingying Zhang. Federal agents (Tuesday) said they found the car wanted in connection with Zhang's disappearance from the University of Illinois earlier this month.
Investigators are mum on any further details. Champaign Police also aren't saying if there are any new leads in the case or pending arrests.
The case is being handled as a kidnapping. Security cameras showed Zhang getting into a black Saturn car in Urbana on Friday, June 9th.
Investigators continue to ask for the public’s help for info that might lead to the woman’s whereabouts. Calls to the FBI can be made to 1-800-CALLFBI.
A Paxton man, 52-yr-old Thomas Perry, is facing a Class X felony charge of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child. The charge alleges that in November 2015, Perry sexually assaulted a girl who was under age 13.
Iroquois County State’s Attorney ‘s Office charged Perry with the Class X felony, a single-count of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child.
Later, the Iroquois County grand jury returned an indictment against Perry.
Perry was arrested on a warrant in Ford County. He’s been released after posting the required 10% of a $100,000 bond. A July 10 court date is set in Iroquois County Circuit Court.
The Illinois House Transportation Committee (Wednesday) adopted a resolution sponsored by State Representative Lindsay Parkhurst which opposes the Great Lakes Basin Transportation, Inc. proposed rail line.
The proposed rail line would run through Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Parkhurst’s resolution is co-sponsored by 7 other state representatives whose districts would be affected by the rail line.
The proposed project includes constructing and operating a private rail line between Milton, Wis., and northwestern Indiana to bypass Chicago congestion. It would pass through several northern Illinois counties.
Parkhurst said the project has brought up concerns about the line cutting through private homes and farmland and potential misuse of eminent domain......
LaSalle, Winnebago, Ogle, Lee and Grundy counties have filed motions opposing the railroad in the last year.
Parkhurst said the negative effects of the proposal would devastating.......