DuPage County in 60 Seconds

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DuPage County in 60 Seconds


Shooting case nears closure:

Bensenville Village Manager Jim Johnson said Tuesday that the investigation into last week's shooting of an unarmed resident by a Bensenville Public Safety officer is "almost complete." Village President John Geils also spoke for the first time since the unnamed officer shot resident Ted Wronkiewicz, of 12 E. Belmont Ave., when he believed Wronkiewicz's mobile phone was a weapon. Wronkiewicz was treated at a hospital and released. "The village expresses its concern and best wishes for both the resident and the officer involved, as both were pretty well shaken-up over the unfortunate incident. This was a terrible accident and it's hard to find words to express how we feel," Geils said. Wronkiewicz, who was shot in the right calf, has declined to talk about the incident and the officer has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the investigation's conclusion.

Central girls kick off trading:

Players from the Naperville Central High School girls basketball team will ring the bell to open up the Chicago Stock Exchange at 8:30 a.m. today. Coach Andy Nussbaum said the team will travel to downtown Chicago in honor of its recent victory in the Class AA Illinois High School Association state finals. "It's sort of a nice ceremony to honor us," Nussbaum said. The players also will get a tour and watch some of the proceedings at the exchange.

Pihos offers scholarships:

State Rep. Sandra Pihos is accepting applications for eight one- year scholarships that cover tuition for any state university. Applications are due May 17, and applicants, who must be from the 42nd Legislative District, will be judged by a panel of community and business leaders.

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