Blotter: July 12, 2018

July 13, 2018


Kankakee police took a report of the theft of a handgun from a home in the 1000 block of East Maple Street. The victim said entrance to the home might have been through a window.

Delivery of Controlled substance

Kankakee Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group agents arrested Dewitt L. Holbrook, 29, of Kankakee, for delivery of controlled substance and delivery of cocaine within 500 feet of public housing on July 7. According to a prosecutor, during a KAMEG investigation throughout several months, Holbrook sold cocaine to confidential sources on three occasions — March 3, June 13 and June 28. A judge set his bond at $200,000.

Kankakee police arrested Chester B. Moye, 41, for delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance on July 6. According to a prosecutor, a confidential source purchased crack cocaine from a car Moye was a passenger in. While following the vehicle, 17 baggies of crack cocaine were thrown from the car. The baggies were recovered, and the contents weighed 4.3 grams and tested positive for crack cocaine. A judge set his bond at $75,000.

Sex offender violation

Bradley police arrested Jeremy Turner, 30, for convicted child sex offender in a school zone on July 8. According to a prosecutor, Turner was sitting on the steps of Bradley Central Middle School, 260 N. Wabash Ave., with two other adults and two juveniles. There were five other juveniles in the area at the time. A judge set his bond at $50,000.

Kankakee police arrested Wayne C. Hagler, 60, of Kankakee, for failure to register as a sex offender on July 6. According to a report, Hagler came to the police station because he thought there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest. A check of records found no warrant but that he had not registered as a sex offender for two years. A judge set his bond at $50,000.


Kankakee police took a report of theft from the teacher’s lounge at Kankakee Junior High School, 2250 E. Crestwood St., on July 9. An employee said the incident occurred June 25 but most of the staff had been on vacation since that day. There were six victims. Items taken included cash. The employees leave their personal belongings in the room as they start their shift. There are two doors to the room. One does not have a lock.

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