Nine indicted by Iroquois County grand jury

WATSEKA — An Iroquois County grand jury indicted the following nine people for alleged crimes on April 3, according to a news release from State’s Attorney Jim Devine:

— Jessica N. Diana, 25, and Jose Luiz Ortiz Molina, both of Schenectady, N.Y., for cannabis trafficking and unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver. They allegedly brought into Illinois more than 6 pounds of cannabis intended for sale.

— Jacquel D. Williams, 19, of Charleston, Mo., for unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver. Williams allegedly was in possession of 534 grams of cannabis, packaged in smaller baggies, with intent to deliver.

— Christopher Voss, 22, of Watseka, for unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Voss allegedly was in possession of 31.6 grams of cannabis and a one-hitter pipe.

— Airon L. Hartlep, 21, of Watseka, for unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Hartlep allegedly had in his possession less than 15 grams of Diazepam and Alprazolam.

— Lamont Berry, 32, of Milford, for unlawful possession of a debit card. Berry allegedly possessed a debit card owned by another person and tried to use it for his benefit.

— Michael J. Paulissen, 26, of Watseka, for residential burglary and theft. Paulissen allegedly entered a home in rural Ashkum and stole a Sentry Fire Box safe, cash and a case of beer.

— Justin Huckleby-Kraay, 26, of Watseka, for unlawful financial exploitation of an elderly person and theft. He allegedly obtained the victim’s Visa and Mainsource Bank card and wrote checks for cash using an elderly person’s account.

— Allen J. Smith, 34, of Kankakee, for domestic battery. Smith allegedly struck a family member in the face.
 

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