Vincent TeRonde has been given a "last chance employment deal" for the incident that happened in September of 2012.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, February 19
A Lake Zurich police officer has been given a “last chance employment agreement” after being accused of causing an alcohol-related car crash while carrying a loaded police department weapon, The Daily Herald reports. Vincent TeRonde didn’t lose his job over the incident that occurred last September. Instead, the agreement states he must pass all random drug and alcohol tests as requested by the village and can be fired for anything that violates the contract’s terms, the Daily Herald reports. TeRonde’s employment deal lasts through Sept. 21, 2015. Get your local news delivered daily, for free, by subscribing to the Lake Zurich Patch newsletter.
Maxwell S. Younger, 21, was charged with three felony counts of aggravated battery.
Lake Zurich Police charged a 21-year-old Wheeling man with three felony counts of aggravated battery in the Dec. 5 stabbing of a North Barrington man in the Lake Zurich McDonald’s parking lot, according to Commander David Bradstreet. Maxwell S. Younger, of 699 Cherrywood Dr. Wheeling, was charged with aggravated battery causing great bodily harm, aggravated battery in a public place and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. The charges are class 3 felonies and are punishable by two to five years in a state penitentiary. Younger's bond was set at $50,000. He is in custody of the Lake County Sheriff, said Bradstreet. Younger invoked his 5th amendment rights and did not provide police with information regarding the incident, Bradstreet …