Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) contends that the 17-count felony indictment against Brian Towne might be just the tip of the iceberg in terms of how deep corruption ran in his office during his time as LaSalle County's state's attorney.
Former LaSalle County State's Attorney Brian Towne told a Chicago publication that he was not involved in tryng to change state law to protect his State’s Attorney Felony Enforcement (SAFE) program, which the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW) say seems awfully coincidental.
La Salle County State’s Attorney Karen Donnelly held a press conference recently to explain to an angry public that she is dong all she can to clean up the mess left behind by the dismissal of cases related to the former State’s Attorney Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Unit.
The indictment of former La Salle County State's Attorney Brian Towne includes wording the Edgar County Watchdogs have been championing for awhile, the group said on its Illinois Leaks website recently.
Former La Salle County State’s Attorney Brian Towne has been placed on administrative duties at the Illinois Office of the State’s Attorney Appellate Prosecutor (ILSAAP) following his indictment on 17 felony counts, according to the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW).
Former La Salle County State’s Attorney Brian Towne faces 17 counts of official misconduct and misapplication of public funds following a grand jury decision to indict, according to the Edgar County Watchdogs (ECW).