By Bob Uphues
A Cook County judge may have found Lawrence Adamczyk not guilty of disorderly conduct for wandering the halls of Riverside-Brookfield High School in January, allegedly looking for a boy to have sex with, but that's the only thing that went in Adamczyk's favor last week.
We can now definitively report that Adamczyk, who has a history of arrests for going to public places like health clubs and school locker rooms and groping young men and women, is back in state prison.
The Illinois Department of Corrections' website lists Adamczyk as being in "reception" at Stateville Correctional Center. He arrived there on Feb. 4, according to the website, which means that his parole was revoked due to the Riverside arrest.
The website also notes that a new parole date has not been set for Adamczyk, who is serving out a three-year prison sentence for a pair of convictions, one from Winnebago county in 2010 and another from Kane County in 2011.
His prisoner profile can be found by typing his last name into the form found here.