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24 September, 2016 at 10:43 am #986LucciGuest
Bail was set at $3.5 million Friday for one of three people accused of kidnapping and robbing a Wheaton College student last month, DuPage County prosecutors said.
Jeremy M. Jones, 23, of Elgin, who had been sought in connection with the Aug. 26 kidnapping in Glen Ellyn, was arrested Sunday in Chicago on an unrelated charge.
According to DuPage prosecutors, Jones had been a passenger in a car pulled over by Chicago police. He harga mesin cuci murah allegedly tried to flee on foot and then gave a false name when police arrested him.
DuPage prosecutors allege that Jones displayed a handgun when he and a male juvenile accosted the student outside harga mesin cuci lg a Starbucks in Glen Ellyn and forced him into a vehicle occupied by a another man, who police alleged is Abeet Ramos, 18, of South Elgin.
The trio allegedly drove the student to several ATMs and forced him to withdraw more than $1,500 before letting him go later in Chicago. The student, who was harga mesin cuci sharp not harmed, called police, and authorities were able to get a license plate number of the vehicle from ATM surveillance video, prosecutors said.
Ramos and the juvenile were arrested earlier this month. Prosecutors said the trio spent some of the money on new clothing.
According to the Illinois Department of Corrections website, Jones had been paroled this summer harga mesin cuci samsung after being incarcerated for an attempted armed robbery conviction in Kane County.
“Thanks to the hard work of several law enforcement agencies, including the Elgin and Glen Ellyn police departments, all three men suspected in a brazen kidnapping have been detained,” State’s harga mesin cuci polytron Attorney Robert Berlin said. “I would especially like to thank the Chicago Police Department for their outstanding work in locating and apprehending Mr. Jones.”
Jones is due back in court Nov. 1 in front of Judge John Kinsella.