Saturday, December 22, 2012
A coyote attacked and killed a schnauzer in Wheaton late Friday night.
A coyote killed a dog in the 600 block of Plamondon Court in Wheaton around 11:45 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21. A resident told police the coyote attacked his black and white schnauzer around 10:30 p.m. after jumping the resident's fence, according to Wheaton police. Wheaton police remind residents: Related:
Monday, December 10, 2012
Patch recaps top news stories from the past week, including a fatal accident involving a car stolen in Wheaton, an accident involving a pedestrian and pension reform.
Here are the top headlines from the week of Dec. 2-8: Visitation Monday, Funeral Tuesday for Zachary Bingham 2 Dead, 2 Injured in Campton Hills Crash Involving Stolen Vehicle Don't want to miss this stuff during the week? Sign up for our free daily newsletter, then like us on Facebook for a slightly different take. Pension Reform Would Mean District 200 Staff, Program Cuts, Bigger Classes Census: Wheaton Above State Average in Homeownership, Income, Education Pedestrian Hit on Geneva Road in Critical Condition Coyote Kills Dog in Warrenville Experts: Anger Is a Natural Response to Tragedy Like Recent Fatal Crash District 200 Transition Program in Mind for Future Improvements Proposed 2012 Tax Levy 'Relatively the Same' as 2011 Levy Shock, …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
A coyote kills a small dog in Warrenville.
A coyote killed a small dog in Warrenville last Friday, according to news release from Warrenville police. Police said the dog did not return after a resident let it out just after midnight. According to the Daily Herald, the dog was a 13-year-old miniature pinscher named Sugar. The dog's owner told the Herald she called police to report a coyote that had been lingering in her yard. She said animal control officers arrived when the coyote brought Sugar's body to the yard. Related: