Paroled ‘Pine Village massacre’ murderer relocated out of La Grange

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LA GRANGE, Ill. – A man convicted of murder has been moved out of a western suburb after the community voiced concerns over his new address.

Carl Reimman, 78, was convicted of what is known as the “Pine Village massacre” which killed five people, one of them a juvenile, in a Yorkville restaurant in 1972.

After his 20th hearing, Reimann was granted parole on April 26 and moved in with a local family who are very active in a local church and pastored Reimann during his incarceration. The family lives across the street from the Seventh Avenue Elementary School in La Grange.

Now La Grange police say the Illinois Prison Review Board is relocating Reimann “effective immediately.”

 

 

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