Iroquois County grand jury indicts several for crimes

WATSEKA — An Iroquois County grand jury indicted the following people on Nov. 7, according to a news release from State’s Attorney Jim Devine:

— Andrew M. Condon, 33, of Ashkum, for unlawful possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, unlawful possession of cannabis, unlawful production of cannabis sativa plants and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Condon allegedly had in his possession more than 15 grams of Alprazolam, more than 30 grams of cannabis and five cannabis sativa plants.

— Keith J. Walesa, 41, of Oak Park, for escape. Walesa allegedly failed to report to the Iroquois County Jail to serve weekends on six different occasions.

— Cody J. Hartlep, 17, of Watseka, for criminal defacement of property. Hartlep allegedly damaged property of Watseka High School.

— Brian L. Winge, 29, of Bradley, for burglary, theft and criminal damage to property. Winge allegedly entered Stoffie’s Bar in Clifton and stole money.

— Joshua D. Huff, 37, of Watseka, for residential burglary and theft. Huff allegedly entered an apartment and stole a stereo, DVD player, digital camera, Wii video-game console and several video games.

— Adam Hubly, 32, of Bourbonnais, for disorderly conduct. Hubly allegedly reported to a 911 dispatcher that someone had cannabis in their possession, when he knew the allegation was false.

— Chris M. Hofbauer, 29, of Rankin, for unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia, unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia in an unauthorized container and tampering with anhydrous ammonia equipment.  Hofbauer allegedly possessed anhydrous ammonia with the intent to use it to manufacture methamphetamine.

— Dewey Couch Jr., 52, of Rankin, for unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia, aggravated fleeing or attempting to elude a peace officer, unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia in an unauthorized container and tampering with anhydrous ammonia equipment. Couch allegedly possessed anhydrous ammonia with the intent to use it to manufacture methamphetamine.

— Matthew J. Mason, 29, of Watseka, for forgery and theft. Mason allegedly stole cash and a check and then altered the check with someone else’s name.

— Christopher J. Stables, 28, of Sheldon, for unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia, unlawful possession of anhydrous ammonia in an unauthorized container and tampering with anhydrous ammonia equipment. Stables allegedly possessed anhydrous ammonia with the intent to use it to manufacture methamphetamine.

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