Man Charged in Naperville Stabbing

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    NEWSLETTERS

    James Olsaka has been charged with the Naperville stabbings that happened early Saturday.

    A man from Naperville has been charged in the stabbing death of Shaun Wild and wounding two other victims.

    Daniel James Olaska, 27, was charged Saturday afternoon with first degree murder and two counts of attempted first degree murder, announced Dupage County State's Attorney Robert B. Berlin.

    Shaun Wild, Willie Hayes, and a third person identified as a bar bouncer were stabbed at a Naperville bar early Saturday. Wild died from his injuries and Hayes remains in the hospital. The bouncer was treated for his injuries and released Saturday.

    Wild and Hayes both attended North Central College in Naperville where a vigil will be held Saturday night. Wild recently graduated and worked as an elementary school teacher. Hayes is a senior and plays on the college football team.

     Olsaka is due in bond court Sunday at 8 a.m. in Wheaton.

    More details to follow at press conference tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. in the DuPage County Sheriff's Office.