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Domestic Disturbance Update

A man taken into custody last Wednesday after a domestic disturbance allegedly pointed two firearms at his wife’s head. Christopher Roach, 37, was taken into police custody by the Naperville Police Department after a four-hour standoff at his home on the 2800 block of Bluewater Circle in Naperville. A spokesperson for the NPD said Roach did not have a valid FOID card and he is scheduled to appear in Will County Court on September 19.

Opt Out Rally

Between 200-300 people attended a rally on Saturday to oppose the recreational sale of marijuana in Naperville. The rally was held in Central Park by Opt Out Naperville, a newly-formed group lobbying Naperville City Council to vote to keep the drug out of town. Council will discuss the issue at tonight’s meeting at 7 p.m.

Election Security Panel

Congressman Bill Foster and State Senator Laura Ellman are hosting a panel tonight to discuss the state of election security. Starting at 6:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church, the panel will address steps Congress is taking to make sure upcoming elections are secure. Foster and Ellman, along with DuPage County Clerk Jean Kaczmarek and Neil Herron of the Illinois State Board of Elections will sit on the panel.

Interfaith Health Fair

The Islamic Center of Naperville and Community United Methodist Church are co-sponsoring a free health fair for the third year in a row. The interfaith fair runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the Islamic Center of Naperville. There will be flu shots, blood pressure tests, cancer screenings and more available to individuals 16 and older without health insurance.