Police will be on the lookout for drivers that are driving under the influence of alcohol or not wearing safety belts.
The Montgomery Police Department has received a Sustained Traffic Enforcement Program grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation for the Thanksgiving holiday. Police will be on the lookout for drivers that are driving under the influence of alcohol or not wearing safety belts. The enforcement will run from Monday through Sunday, Nov. 25. The department’s goal is to reduce the number of serious traffic related injuries and deaths through these traffic enforcement efforts. Contact the Montgomery Police Department at 630-897-8707 with any questions. Don't want to miss a news update? Sign up for Montgomery Patch's newsletter and like us on Facebook.
Blood from both spouses found on Kimberly Vaughn's seat belt, which may have been unlatched after her death, could be a blow to the defense.
Drops of Christopher Vaughn's blood were found on his wife's shirt, shorts and the floorboard near her feet, a DNA specialist testified Friday. And drops of Kimberly Vaughn's blood were found on her husband's jacket, Illinois State Police forensic scientist Kelly Krajnik said. Taken alone or together, both seem to contradict Christopher Vaughn's story that his wife, perhaps angered by his alleged infidelity, shot him in the wrist and thigh as he sat in the driver's seat of their SUV and then -- after he fled the scene -- shot herself and their children. Perhaps just as damaging to Vaughn's defense was evidence Krajnik presented about blood from both Christopher and Kimberly Vaughn being found on the seat belt and buckle on Kimberly Vaughn'…