Kankakee Man Charged with Aggravated Battery with a Firearm

Kankakee Man Charged with Aggravated Battery with a Firearm
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Kankakee Man Charged with Aggravated Battery with a Firearm (Cook County, IL) – A Kankakee man has been charged with Aggravated Battery with a Firearm following an investigation of a shooting that occurred in Ford Heights, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart announced today.

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On November 7, Sheriff’s Police responded to a call of shots fired on the 1400 block of East 15th Street in Ford Heights. Upon arrival, officers located a victim who suffered a gunshot wound to the right leg and observed the offender, later identified as 29-year-old Jaleel Holmes, enter a vehicle and flee at a high rate of speed toward northbound I-394. Officers subsequently found the vehicle disabled on the shoulder of the interstate with no one inside, and the vehicle was towed for further investigation.

On Monday, Holmes, of the 200 block of Crestlane Drive in Kankakee, turned himself in to Sheriff’s Police Headquarters in Maywood. Holmes appeared in the Markham Courthouse on Wednesday, where he was issued a $50,000 D Bond on a charge of Aggravated Battery with a Firearm – a Class X felony. He was released after posting the required 10% of his bond.

The public is reminded that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty by the
government in a court of law.

Sheriff Tom Dart has dedicated his career to challenging injustice, fighting the violence plaguing our communities, and bringing a new and thoughtful approach to public service.

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About the Sheriff

After serving as a prosecutor and an Illinois state legislator, Sheriff Dart ran for Cook County Sheriff in 2006, promising to bring his reformative vision to the role. In the ensuing years, he has rewritten the book on what a Sheriff can accomplish, looking inside and outside of the conventions of law enforcement for nuanced and thoughtful solutions.

By Illinois statute, the Sheriff in each county having more than one million inhabitants shall maintain a County Police Department division (55 ILCS 5/3-7001). At present in Illinois, only Cook County meets that statutory standard.

The Cook County Sheriff’s Police Department is the third largest police department in the State of Illinois, with more than 500 officers. The Police Department is commanded by the Chief Public Safety Officer and is divided into five principal Commands.

Kankakee Man Charged with Aggravated Battery with a Firearm

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