A West Pullman man who prosecutors say sexually assaulted a woman and held her against her will for more than 12 hours beginning Tuesday night was ordered held on $300,000 bail Sunday.
Darrick Williams, 53, of the 12800 block of South Peoria Street, is charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated kidnapping in the incident, which began about 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to Assistant State’s Attorney Michael Gamboney and Cook County court records.
At first glance I thought this horrible story wasn’t directly related to the “when women refuse” theme but then I saw: “She tried to leave after about 15 minutes, but Williams refused to let her go.” There are other notes in the article of refusals resulting in escalating violence and abuse. Note: this man has been formally charged and indicted but not convicted.
I so appreciate this project. Thank you.
A Logan man forced his way into an apartment shortly after midnight Monday, killing a former girlfriend and another man before breaking into an apartment of a second man and killing himself, police said.
Tolman and Madden met while working at Wal-Mart in Logan. They dated, but Powers believes that by the end of last school year she wanted to break it off.
"She was talking about ending the relationship, but she never did as far as I know," Powers said. "She just wasn’t into it, I think. Wanted to be able to date other guys."
21 year old mother killed by ex-marine who was ‘obsessed’ with her.
A man looking for his estranged wife killed 6 of her relatives, and was reportedly headed to her parents’ home to kill more relatives before being arrested.
"Hargrove had a current domestic violence protection order against Cushman when she was murdered.
In her petition, Hargrove wrote “a piece of paper isn’t going to save my life when he finally gets me, but at least you will know who killed me.””
A drunken officer attempted to arrest a young female soldier because she refused his advances. A fellow soldier caught the incident on tape.
The cop was fired for his abuse of power, a rare outcome in police brutality cases.
The attacker “loved her” and proposed to marry her, but when he was rejected he walked into her home and set her on fire.
A male Peace Corps Volunteer named Dennis Priven stabbed female PCV Deborah Gardner to death in 1976 because she wasn’t interested in going out with him. He went free with the help of the U.S. government and is living a consequence-free life to this day.