Seeking Information on the Whereabouts of Travion D. Terrel

Travion D. Terrell

The Crest Hill Police Department is looking for information regarding the whereabouts and involvement of Travion D. Terrell (DOB 06-08-00) in connection to the shooting death of a 16 year old male. The incident happened on 07-13-20 at approximately 1800 hours, at 1715 Arbor Lane in Crest Hill, Illinois.

If you have any information please contact Detective Joel Steen of the Crest Hill Police Department at 815-741-5113 or Submit an anonymous tip online

Joliet Police Detectives are seeking information on a purse snatching that occurred at St Joseph’s Hospital

The two above pictured were involved in a theft of a purse at St. Joes Medical Center on 12/09/19. The victims debit cards were later used at a local gas station.

Joliet Police Detectives are seeking information on a purse snatching that occurred at St Joseph’s Hospital on 12/9/19.

If you can identify the individuals involved please contact Joliet Police Detectives at (815) 724-3020 or leave information anonymously via Will County Crime Stoppers at 800-323-6734.

Submit an anonymous tip online

Crest Hill police are seeking information on a hit and run accident involving a bicyclist with significant injuries

Crest Hill police are seeking information on a hit and run accident involving a bicyclist with significant injuries. This accident occurred in the area of the 2400 block of Plainfield Rd on 12/9/19 at approximately 3:50 a.m. There is no suspect information at this time and the investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information can con contact Detective Steen of the Crest Hill Police Department at (779)230-0738 or may leave information anonymously by contacting Will County Crime Stoppers 800-323-6734.

Crime Stoppers offers awards of up to $5,000.00 for information that leads to an arrest.

Submit an anonymous tip online

 

Joliet Police Detectives are seeking information on the homicide of Shaianne Williams

Joliet Police Detectives are seeking information on the homicide of Shaianne Williams. This homicide occurred in the Hill area of Joliet during the early morning hours of October 17th.

If you have information related to this crime you can contact Joliet Police Detective Cagle at (815)724-3035.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $5,000.00. Cash rewards to persons who furnish information leading to the arrest and filing of criminal charges against felony crime offenders, and the capture of fugitives. We offer anonymity (You don’t have to give your name). Call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 800-323-6734 with any information or submit an anonymous tip online.

Stranger Danger!

Stranger Danger Tips for Kids

 

Speaking to Strangers

It may be a mistake to tell children that they should never speak to strangers. Kids may picture strangers as dirty or mean looking people, but many child molesters and predators are people who aren’t strangers at all. Predators are often people that the child knows and doesn’t suspect. A child should know how to ask someone trustworthy for help if they are scared, lost, or abducted.


 

Finding Help

Give your child confidence. Let them know they can fight, bite, kick, struggle, but best of all scream and holler for help if being hurt or abducted. Teach your child to trust certain people. If they are in danger they might ask another child, a security guard or police officer in uniform, a woman with children, a store clerk, a school teacher or church leader. Teach them the number of a trusted friend to call and help him or her. Teach the child their address and numbers they should contact to get home if they get lost. Teach them how to call free from a pay phone and how to call 911 and get help.


 

Habits for Keeping Safe

Your child should know that there is safety in numbers. Tell him or her to stick to places where more people are out and about in places that are well lit, especially if they feel threatened. Don’t put the child’s name on their shirts, jackets, backpacks or belongings where a predator will easily find it. Volunteer in the child’s school and in the community so you will know who is around. Meet the child’s friends and teachers so that you will have more insight if something is amiss.


 

It’s Ok to Say “No”

Your child should be wise to the fact that it is okay to say “no” to anyone who tries to do anything that they feel uncomfortable with. They should know never to accept gifts, candy or toys from a person without getting a parents permission. Always make sure that your child knows that he or she will not be punished for things that have made them uncomfortable. You don’t want them keeping secrets about creepy encounters with strangers.