86-year-old man charged with sex abuse waives preliminary hearing


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Originally Posted Online: Jan. 02, 2013, 11:45 pm
Last Updated: Jan. 02, 2013, 11:45 pm
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By Rachel Warmke rwarmke@qconline.com

An 86-year-old Moline man who has been charged with one count of aggravated criminal sexual abuse waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday in Rock Island County Circuit Court.

Louis DiIulio,of 2901 15th Ave, appeared briefly in court to submit his written waiver. A preliminary hearing is held following the issuance of formal charges to determine whether there is enough factual evidence to proceed to trial.

By waiving his right to a preliminary hearing, Mr. DiIulio's case will continue to a pretrial conference, scheduled for Feb. 15.

Mr. DiIulio was not arrested or issued a bond, following the charge filed on Dec. 11, and he remained out of the Rock Island County Jail on Wednesday evening.










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