Brian Trainauskas allegedly asked a fellow inmate to be part of a plan involving kidnapping, a fake confession and murder, report says.
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Brian Trainauskas, 36, charged in the 2009 murder of girlfriend Monica Timar of Frankfort, was charged with solicitation of murder Tuesday. Police say he tried to hire someone to kill a Will County assistant state's attorney.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
A Frankfort man was charged with driving under the influence after Flossmoor police found him slumped over the steering column of his vehicle, with the vehicle set in drive and keys in the ignition, police said.
SATURDAY, JULY 9 Matthew J. Komer, 23, of the 8600 block of Cedar Court, was found apparently unconscious in his 2005 red Toyota Corolla shortly before 6 a.m. Saturday, police said. Komer's car was stopped on the westbound lane of Vollmer Road near the intersection of Vollmer and Western, according to the report. When the officer tapped on the car's window, Komer woke up and attempted to drive away, but was ordered by the officer to stop, police said. The officer noted a strong odor of alcohol on the driver's breath, and also that his eyes appeared red, glassy and watery, according to the report. Questioned about his activities, Komer admitted drinking alcohol "around midnight." He failed field sobriety tests, and a portable Breathalyzer …
Friday, July 8, 2011
Prairie Park will host the eighth annual catch-and-release fish fest on July 9.
Get your big fish stories ready. Each year kids catch 11 and 12-inch bass at the annual fishing derby held at Prairie Park, just off Old Plank Trail at White Street, said Mary Canino, Frankfort's community relations manager. The village will host the Get Hooked on Frankfort event for children ages 3 to 12 on Saturday, July 9. Prizes will be awarded for most fish caught and biggest fish caught in the two age groups: 3 to 7 year olds and 8 to 12 year olds. Advance registration is required and provides participants with a supply of bait and hooks, along with a T-shirt and a snack of juice and goldfish crackers. Residents pay a $3 per child fee; non-residents pay $10 per child. "We use the pier and then we also clear some areas by the edge of …