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WATSEKA — An Iroquois County grand jury indicted the following people for felony crimes on Dec. 5, according to a news release from State’s Attorney Jim Devine:
— Andrew M. Condon, 33, of Ashkum, for first-degree murder. Condon allegedly repeatedly fired a gun at Jonathan D. Rubin of Danforth, causing his death.
— Rhonda S. Siebert, 58, of Cissna Park, for theft. Siebert allegedly used checks and a credit card owned by the Village of Cissna Park to buy goods and services for personal use.
— Elizabeth A. Shrove, 35, of Gilman, for forgery. Shrove allegedly stole and altered a check with someone else’s name.
— Kelly R. Buhrmester, 52, of Milford, for unlawful possession of a controlled substance and theft. Buhrmester allegedly had in her possession less than 15 grams of hydrocodone and stole cash.
— Omar Vences, 29, of Chicago, for unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle. Vences allegedly was in possession of a stolen 2004 Cadillac.
— Jeff Benson, 33, of Memphis, Tenn., for unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Benson allegedly had two tablets of hydrocodone in his possession.
— Todd E. Brady, 43, of Sheldon, for forgery and theft. Brady allegedly stole and altered a check with someone else’s name.