Iroquois grand jury indicts nine

WATSEKA — An Iroquois County grand jury indicted the following nine people on Feb. 6, according to a news release from State’s Attorney Jim Devine:

— Joshua Nolan, 21, of Rantoul, for burglary and unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle. Nolan allegedly entered a 1997 Cadillac in Loda and stole change from the vehicle, then abandoned the vehicle in Paxton.

— Orlando Urbina, 33, of Berwyn, for unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver and obstructing justice. Urbina allegedly had in his possession 13.1 grams of cannabis and disposed of the baggies of cannabis out of his vehicle prior to a traffic stop.

— Anthony M. Euvino, 31, of Gilman, for unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Euvino allegedly had in his possession five tablets of Lortab when he was arrested by Watseka police.

— Lacy A. Freehill, 28, of Watseka, for unlawful possession of methamphetamine. Freehill allegedly was in possession of 0.4 grams of methamphetamine.

— Tracy A. Hanrahan, 41, of Watseka, for unlawful possession of a controlled substance and retail theft. Hanrahan had 17 tablets of Hydromorphone and nine tablets of Clonazepam and allegedly stole DVDs and grocery items from a Dollar General store in Watseka.

— Brenden N. Noel, 20, of Danforth, for failure to register as a sex offender. Noel allegedly failed to register a Facebook account with the sheriff’s department within three days after creating the account.

— Anthony J. Morgan, 20, of Watseka, for theft. Morgan allegedly stole a Samsung laptop computer and Playstation 3 system.

— Carnell J. Smith Jr., 20, of Naperville, for possession of cannabis. Smith was allegedly in possession of 127 grams of cannabis when he was arrested.

— Jeromee D. Russell, 18, of Chicago, for possession of cannabis. Russell was allegedly in possession of 127 grams of cannabis when he was arrested.


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