Matt Bauer sent in a specimen of preposition doubling from a recent Chicago news story ("Man stabbed in head with screwdriver in Joliet", WGN/Chicago Tribune, 12/20/2009):
A Joliet man was stabbed in the head with a screwdriver by the husband of a woman with whom he was speaking with at a local bar, police said.
For background, see "A note of dignity or austerity" (5/3/2007); "Back to the future, redundant preposition department" (5/4/2007); "A phenomenon in which I'm starting to believe in" (5/19/2007); "Could preposition doubling be headed our way?" (5/15/2007); "Re-doubled prepositions" (5/19/2007).
Complicating matters further, a Chicago Sun-Times article suggests that it was actually the husband rather than the wife who was involved in the bar conversation:
A 44-year-old man was allegedly stabbed in the head with a screwdriver by the husband of the woman he was dropping off home early Sunday morning, police said.
The victim told police he was at a Joliet bar and had a conversation with the husband of the woman. At that time, the victim said he didn't feel like they had any kind of problem.
However, when the victim dropped off the woman at the intersection of Second and Wilson avenues at 2:05 a.m., the victim said the offender attacked him for no apparent reason, said Police Chief Fred Hayes.