Geneva man denies sex assault charges
By Dan Campana For Sun-Times Media September 21, 2013 3:08PM
Updated: October 24, 2013 6:13AM
A 52-year-old Geneva man has pleaded not guilty to charges he fondled and sexually assaulted a girl over the course of several years, court records show.
Robb Louk, who is free on $50,000 bail and appeared in court Thursday, was arrested earlier this year after an investigation into allegations he abused the girl between 2005 and 2012.
Louk is charged with one count of predatory criminal sexual assault and five counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. The girl was under 13, according to court records.
Prosecutors are seeking to introduce statements the girl made about the alleged abuse to various people last year, including at school, on the school bus and to Kane County Child Advocacy Center officials, court documents state.
Louk is scheduled to return to court Oct. 24
2011 murder case set for trial
Delbert Cooper, accused of killing Renee Perry inside her Aurora apartment in 2011, is scheduled to stand trial on a murder charge in January, court records show.
Judge Clint Hull set the trial date during a recent hearing in Cooper’s case. Cooper, held in Kane County Jail on $525,000 bail, will return to court on Oct. 2.
Prosecutors have said Cooper and Perry argued over Cooper’s use of crack cocaine before Cooper choked her for several minutes and then stabbed her in the neck, according to court documents.
At the time of Perry’s death, Cooper was wanted on a probation violation stemming from a previous conviction in a domestic battery case which also involved Perry.