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State’s Attorney of Iroquois County Press Release

  • by: WHPO Editor
  • on: December 07, 2012
  • city: State's Attorney of Iroquois County

Press Release for Wednesday, December 5th, 2012

Iroquois County Grand Jury Indictments

Andrew M. Condon, age 33, of Ashkum was under investigation by the Iroquois county Sheriff’s Department. He was indicted for First Degree Murder. The defendant repeatedly fired a firearm at the body of Jonathan D. Rubin, thereby causing his death.

Elizabeth A. Shrove, age 35, of Gilman was arrested by the Gilman Police Department. She was indicted for Forgery. The defendant knowingly stole and altered a check with someone else’s name.

Todd E. Brady, age 43, of Sheldon was arrested by the Iroquois Count y Sheriff’s Police Department. He was indicted for Forgery and Theft. The defendant knowingly stole and altered a check with someone else’s name.

Jeff Benson, age 33, of Memphis, Tennessee was arrested by the Illinois State Police. He was indicted for Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance. The defendant knowingly had in his possession 2 tablets of Hydrocodone.

Omar Vences, age 29, of Chicago was arrested by the Illinois State Police. He was indicted for Unlawful Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. The defendant possessed a 2004 Cadillac knowing the vehicle to have been stolen.

Kelly R. Buhrmester, age 52, of Milford was arrested by the Watseka Police Department. She was indicted for Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance and Theft. The defendant knowingly had in her possession less than 15 grams of Hydrocodone and without authority knowingly exerting unauthorized control over property, being United States Currency.

Rhonda S. Siebert age 58, of Cissna Park was under investigation by the Iroquois County Sheriff’s Police Department. She was indicted for Theft. The defendant knowingly exerting unauthorized control over property of the Village of Cissna Park, being monetary funds in the form of checks and credit card, using them to purchase goods and services for her benefit.