YORKVILLE, IL — A convicted mass murderer is set to be released from the Dixon Correctional Center — again. Carl Reimann, convicted of the 1972 murders of five people during a robbery, began parole Monday, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections. Reimann, 78, had been previously paroled in April 2018 after serving just shy of 45 years. He was moved out of La Grange after school district officials raised concerns about the proximity of his new home — owned by local church members who had visited him in prison — to several schools and a park, according to Kendall County Now. So The Illinois Prison Review Board moved him to a fully furnished sober living house in Calumet City. The Illinois Department of Corrections then agreed to move him again for similar reasons — that home too was a block away from an elementary school, a park and a recreation center. Since Reimann was technically in violation of parole by living in these areas, he was sent back to the department of corrections. See more on Patch: Yorkville Mass Killer Back In Prison After Another RelocationYorkville Mass Killer Now On Murderer RegistryKiller of 5 Now On Parole And Living… Read full this story
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