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Patch Recap: Filmmakers Reach Kickstarter Goal, Teen Charged With Burglary, DUI Crack Down

Taking a glance at this week's Naperville headlines.

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A DuPage County jury found Christopher Carter, 43, of Naperville, guilty of sexually assaulting two young sisters left in his care after their mother was murdered, according to authorities.

Local student filmmakers Kelly McCutcheon and Jack Kapson surpass Kickstarter fundraising goal for their documentary "Neuqua on Drugs," which tells the uncut story of Naperville's youth drug culture.

Luis Joel Espinosa, 17, of the 3000 block of Bar Harbour Road in Aurora, was arrested in connection with a residential burglary last Friday, police said.

 

Around town

Schatz accepted role as new deputy city manager on Thursday and will begin the new position on Monday, Aug. 20.

A Villa Park man is the second person in DuPage County to contract West Nile Virus this summer.

Detours planned for Loomis Street closure beginning Friday, Aug. 24.

 

Police and fire

“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign began Friday and runs through Labor Day, police said.

 

Back to school

As a new school year begins in Naperville this month, local officials are reminding parents to make safety a top priority for their kids.

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