Citizens/Media Can Get Public Officials’ Arrest Records

Our family went to Galena mid-week and, besides seeing skiers on Spring Break for the first time at Chestnut Ridge, I found a press release from the Public Access Division of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office. It was in The … Continue reading

Point, Counter Point – Sotos, Horwitz Both Request Sanctions – Part 6

This is the final installment of Zane Seipler’s attorney Blake Horwitz’ request that sanctions be levied against McHenry County Sheriff Keith Nygren for actions taken by Nygren, his staff and his attorney James Sotos. Paragraphing and formatting has been added … Continue reading

Point, Counter Point – Sotos, Horwitz Both Request Sanctions – Part 4

Today, we move to the fourth installment on the motion filed by former Deputy Sheriff Zane Seipler’s lawyer Blake Horwitz requesting sanctions against McHenry County Sheriff Keith Nygren for releasing confidential information. This is occurring in Seipler’s Federal wrongful termination … Continue reading

BGA Gets Phil Pagano 911 Call

Why Sheriff Keith Nygren refused to release the 911 call made by former McHenry County and State Republican Party Chairman Al Jourdan is beyond me. Now, almost most four months after Metra Exec Phil Pagano committed suicide by stepping in … Continue reading

Statements to Police from Linda Moore and Pam Fender

McHenry County Blog has obtained the statements that Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore and Grafton Township Administrator Pam Fender made to the Huntley Police Department after Village Trustee Fender called the police Tuesday morning about twenty minutes after the incident … Continue reading

Daily Herald Columnist Amy Mack Misses Some Points by Not Reading Aileen Seedorf’s Police Report

Yesterday, McHenry County Blog printed the text of the police report that Huntley School District 158 Board member Aileen Seedorf filed on November 15th with the Algonquin Police Department. After reading Daily Herald columnist Amy Mack’s column, it’s pretty obvious … Continue reading

Daily Herald Columnist Amy Mack Misses Some Points by Not Reading Aileen Seedorf’s Police Report

Yesterday, McHenry County Blog printed the text of the police report that Huntley School District 158 Board member Aileen Seedorf filed on November 15th with the Algonquin Police Department. After reading Daily Herald columnist Amy Mack’s column, it’s pretty obvious … Continue reading