STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

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STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Thu Dec 31, 2009 2:47 pm

LOCKPORT — Police say a 2-month-old girl died early Wednesday as a result of injuries from being shaken by her father.
Mark J. Trubiano, 38, was in the county jail charged with aggravated battery
to a child when his daughter, Storey, was pronounced dead at 12:37 a.m.
at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago.

Mark J. Trubiano


Will County state's attorney spokesman Charles B. Pelkie said Trubiano has also
been charged with one count of first-degree murder and his bond was
increased to $5 million during a court appearance Wednesday afternoon.

Sources reported Trubiano was ready to put up the $100,000 required
for his initial $1 million bond until the bail amount was increased.
Lt. Dave Draksler said an ambulance was called at 7:40 p.m.
Sunday to the family's residence in the 700 block of Hemlock Lane.
"The child was not breathing and was taken to Silver Cross Hospital.
The following morning she was transferred to Children's Memorial
Hospital, where the staff contacted us after noticing suspicious
injuries consistent with a shaken baby," he said.
Lockport police requested detectives from the Will-Grundy Major
Crimes Task Force to assist with the case. Teams of investigators
interviewed doctors, reviewed medical reports, searched the house and
interviewed Trubiano and his wife. Reports indicate the couple had no other children.
Trubiano allegedly confessed to shaking the girl around 3:30 a.m.
Tuesday and was booked into the county jail.


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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by Watcher_of_all on Sun May 01, 2011 10:27 pm

Shaken baby case: Wife, family defends Lockport man accused of fatally shaking 2-month-old daughter
December 31, 2009|By Steve Schmadeke, TRIBUNE REPORTER
The wife and family of a Lockport man accused of fatally shaking his 2-month-old daughter have no doubt he is innocent, his attorney said.

The family posted the $100,000 needed to free Mark Trubiano, 38, on an aggravated battery charge just hours after his firstborn child, Storey Trubiano, died early Wednesday in Children's Memorial Hospital of head injuries she apparently suffered Sunday.

The infant, already brain-dead on Tuesday, died of cerebral injuries due to blunt-head trauma from child abuse, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office. Her death was ruled a homicide.
Trubiano was in the process of being bonded out when prosecutors upgraded the battery charge to one count of first-degree murder. Judge Robert Livas then increased Trubiano's bond from $1 million to $5 million.

Trubiano slumped into his chair, his hands shackled in front of him, after the judge's decision.

Donald DeWilkins, the family's Orland Park attorney, said Trubiano's "whole family" is supportive of the lifelong Lockport resident.

"He's a grieving father who is being unfairly condemned," DeWilkins said outside the courtroom. "It's a rush to judgment."

The family told DeWilkins their statements to investigators were "coerced" and twisted to bring charges against the girl's father, he said.

"They took the family in a time of weakness and basically forced him (to make a statement)," DeWilkins said.

Two days after Christmas, paramedics were called to the Trubianos' home around 7:40 p.m. after receiving a report that an infant wasn't breathing, said Lockport police Lt. Dave Draksler.

The baby was taken to Silver Cross Hospital in Joliet, then to Children's Memorial, he said.

On Monday, a team of investigators was sent to the hospital after Lockport police were told the infant had suffered injuries consistent with "that of a shaken baby," he said.

Authorities declined to comment on the complaints aired by the family's attorney.
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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by mermaid55 on Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:43 am

TRUBIANO MARK J 8 25 11 403 930 09CF002974 0 AGG BATTERY OF A CHILD 1 Pretrial

http://www.willcountycircuitcourt.com/schedule/PUBLIC/T.txt
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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by mermaid55 on Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:51 pm

TRUBIANO MARK J 9 14 11 403 930 09CF002974 0 AGG BATTERY OF A CHILD 1 Pretrial

http://www.willcountycircuitcourt.com/schedule/PUBLIC/T.txt
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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by mermaid55 on Wed Sep 21, 2011 3:01 pm

TRUBIANO MARK J 11 16 11 403 930 09CF002974 0 AGG BATTERY OF A CHILD 1 Pretrial

http://www.willcountycircuitcourt.com/schedule/PUBLIC/T.txt
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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by mom_in_il on Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:26 pm

$5 million bond set for man charged with shaking death of infant daughter

December 30, 2009

Bond is now set at $5 million dollars for a Lockport father charged with the shaking death of his 2-month-old daughter.

Mark Trubiano, 38, of the 700 block of Hemlock Lane in Lockport, is charged with first degree murder in the death of Storey Trubiano.

Storey died today. She was rushed to the hospital on Sunday.

Doctors notified authorities that the baby showed signs of having been severely shaken.

Trubiano allegedly admitted shaking the baby, according to a report in the Herald - News. He was originally charged with aggravated battery.

Once the baby died, those charges were upgraded to murder and Trubiano's bond was raised from $1 million to $5 million.

http://www.examiner.com/article/5-million-bond-set-for-man-charged-with-shaking-death-of-infant-daughter-resource-link
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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by mom_in_il on Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:29 pm

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Re: STOREY TRUBIANO - 2 months (2009) - Lockport IL

Post by admin on Fri Aug 18, 2017 4:58 am

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JOLIET – A forensic pathologist testified Monday that further examination of tissue samples could determine whether an infant died in 2009 as the result of “shaken baby” injuries or birth defects.

Unfortunately, the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office has misplaced the girl’s brain, lawyers said during a hearing to dismiss murder charges against her father, Mark J. Trubiano, 45.


On Dec. 27, 2009, an ambulance was called to Trubiano’s residence in the 700 block of Hemlock Lane in Lockport after 2-month-old Storey Trubiano stopped breathing. Storey was taken to Children’s Memorial Hospital, where she died three days later. The Will-Grundy Major Crimes Task Force investigated the case after medical staff noticed “suspicious injuries” and Trubiano allegedly confessed to shaking the girl.

Trubiano was arrested and released from the Will County jail the following week after posting a $3 million bond.

Defense attorney Paul DeLuca said the first autopsy performed by Dr. Tera Jones for the Cook County medical examiner determined Storey’s death was caused by “cerebral injuries due to blunt head trauma due to child abuse.”

On Monday, Dr. Shaku Teas testified about a second autopsy she performed under a court order in February 2010 and another examination of the brain she attended five months later.

“[I was told] I can’t touch [the brain], talk or take photographs, and I did not,” Teas said.

Teas said that, if possible, she would’ve taken photos from additional angles and obtained more samples. Another court order required the medical examiner’s office to preserve the brain, but it has been misfiled and has not been located in the last six years.

Teas said the reports she has seen might show the area where the two sides of the brain are connected is not fully developed. That condition could have occurred before the baby was born and led to a birth defect, she testified.

DeLuca and Will County Assistant State’s Attorney Fred Harvey told Judge Daniel Kennedy there will be further hearings before the case is brought to trial.
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