Retired Trustee Accuses Dolton Mayor of Involvement in Shooting Incident

Retired Village of Dolton Trustee Valeria Stubbs has accused Mayor Tiffany Henyard of orchestrating a shooting incident that targeted her home last summer. Stubbs, a vocal critic of the embattled mayor, claims that the attack was a result of their bitter feud and her public allegations against Henyard’s alleged misuse of the town’s funds.

Last July, two cars belonging to tenants of Stubbs were found riddled with at least nine bullet holes. Stubbs firmly believes that Henyard was behind the incident, citing previous instances of personal intimidation and harassment. The retired deputy claims that Henyard had menaced her at her home on multiple occasions, including during a snowstorm, and had even posted a video of herself shoveling snow from Stubbs’ driveway.

Stubbs further alleges that Henyard had visited her property with a group of police officers and city workers, causing further distress and intimidation. The retired trustee confronted the mayor during a public meeting to address the ongoing harassment.

Two months later, Stubbs awoke to the sound of gunshots and discovered the bullet-riddled cars belonging to her tenants. A neighbor’s doorbell camera captured the shots and showed two individuals fleeing the scene. Stubbs reported the incident to the local police, but claims that the department, which she believes is aligned with the mayor, refused to provide her with a police report.

Residents in the neighborhood now live in fear, with Stubbs stating that they have resorted to informing each other of their whereabouts and notifying neighbors upon their return home. Henyard, known for her controversial actions as mayor, has faced criticism for alleged mismanagement of the town’s finances, including using local law enforcement as a means of intimidation.

Dolton, a town of 20,000 residents, is currently facing significant debt, partly due to Henyard’s spending habits. The mismanagement has reached a point where Dolton police cruisers are reportedly at risk of being repossessed due to non-payment.

Author: CrimeDoor

2 Responses

  1. I find this accusation against Mayor Tiffany Henyard quite serious and concerning. I would be interested to know the author’s thoughts or opinions on the matter. Do they believe there is any credibility to these accusations? What evidence or information is available to support or refute these claims? It would be helpful to have a deeper understanding of the situation and the author’s perspective.

  2. It is important to note that these are allegations made by Valeria Stubbs and have not been proven in a court of law. However, if you are interested in learning more about this incident and the ongoing investigation, you may find it helpful to follow local news outlets in the Village of Dolton for updates. Additionally, you can reach out to the Dolton Police Department or the Village of Dolton for official statements or press releases regarding this matter.

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