Kendall County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Kendall County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 1102 Cornell Lane, Yorkville, 60560 IL
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Phone: 630-553-7500
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Kendall County Sheriff's Office is located at 1102 Cornell Lane, Yorkville, 60560 IL. The Kendall County Sheriff's Office phone number is 630-553-7500.

Kendall County Sheriff's Office News

With Veterans Day approaching, the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the men and women that have served in our U.S. Military and those that are currently serving. To all veterans, from across our nation, we are grateful for your service. Thank you. #24

#FugitiveFridays for more information on wanted subjects in Kendall County, please visit http://www.co.kendall.il.us/sheriff/ #86

Tis' the season to be Merry and Bright. Join in the fun and help make Christmas brighter for a local family in need. Boulder Hill's Christmas Decorating Contest!!! HOW TO ENTER: Write your last name and address on an envelope and do not forget to include the $5.00 fee. Please then drop off your envelope in the mailbox at 114 Tealwood Road, in Boulder Hill. Please have your envelope in the mailbox NO LATER than November 30, 2018. #24

Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Cautions Citizens of Jury Duty Scams The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office is warning citizens of a new phone scam in which the caller claims to be a sheriff’s official stating they missed Jury Duty. The scammer claims to be Sgt. Baker with the Jury Duty Division. The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office does not make calls stating you have missed Jury Duty. The Sheriff’s Office wants to make everyone aware that they should NEVER respond to these types of calls. If you have received a call like this, do not provide any personal information and immediately hang up the phone. If you have received a Jury Duty Scam phone call we urge you to contact the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office and make a report or you may email detectives@co.kendall.il.us #24

U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force Apprehends Fugitive in Bellwood On November 7, 2018, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force apprehended fugitive Alejandro Delgado in the 300 block of Frederick Avenue in Bellwood. Delgado, a 27 year old male from Bellwood, was wanted on a Kendall County warrant for Traveling to Meet a Minor, a class 3 felony; Grooming, a class 4 felony; and Distributing Harmful Material to a Minor, a class 4 felony. Delgado had been a fugitive since September of 2018. Delgado was taken into custody and transported to the Cook County Jail. Delgado’s bond is set at $200,000.00, with ten percent to apply. The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to call Crime Stoppers to report any information regarding fugitive’s whereabouts. Callers who wish to remain anonymous can contact the Kendall County Crime Stoppers at 630-553-5999. Or you may visit the Kendall County facebook “Fugitive Fridays” for the fugitive of the week. #24

General Election will be conducted in your assigned precinct until 7 p.m. tonight! #24

#FugitiveFridays for more information on wanted subjects in Kendall County, please visit http://www.co.kendall.il.us/sheriff/ #86

Morris Man Charged With Child Pornography On October 30, 2018, Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the 30 Block of W Anchor Drive for a report of a male subject attempting to contact a juvenile female. The male had located where the female lived, and went to her residence; despite being told not to. The male subject, Skyler Roudis, a 24 year old man from Morris, spoke with Detectives and an investigation was initiated. A search of Roudis’ cellular phone revealed numerous images of child pornography. The Kendall County State’s Attorney’s Office subsequently charged Roudis with 8 counts of Child pornography, four of the charges being a class 1 felony; and the others being a class 3 felony. Roudis was booked into the Kendall County Corrections Center following his interview, where he awaits a bond hearing on October 31, 2018 at 1:30pm. The investigation is ongoing, and Detectives are currently working with other Police agencies regarding criminal acts Roudis may have committed in other jurisdictions.

The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office would like to wish you a HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! Having a Happy Halloween means being aware and smart. Have fun, be safe out there tonight and Remember to SCARE with CARE. As all the ghosts, goblins, superheroes, and princesses head out for treats, please remember these rules: • Use the sidewalk and crosswalks • Do not cross between cars • Travel in groups with an adult • Stand at the door, do not go into homes • Wear costumes with reflective tape or bring a light or glow stick • Slow down and take extra time to look for all pedestrians • Put away your phones and pay attention! #24

The Kendall County Sheriff's Office is seeking information from the public regarding the recent arrest of Daniel Aldrich of Sandwich for Child Pornography. Detectives are continuing this investigation and others and are following up on leads provided by concerned citizens. If you have additional information regarding this subject, please contact us at detectives@co.kendall.il.us.

The Kendall County Sheriff's Office, along with the Kendall County Emergency Management Agency and Will County Emergency Management Agency participated in a state-wide exercise designed to test communications capabilities during a disaster. KCSO supported the deployment of Unified Command Post #6 in conjunction with ITECS #3 during this exercise. #24

Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Urges Parents to Check Sex Offender Registry before Halloween The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to making Halloween safe and enjoyable for everyone. The Sheriff’s Office will increase patrol throughout Kendall County, with community policing and auxiliary deputies. These deputies are there to interact with the citizens and help provide a safe environment for Halloween activities. As part of providing a safe environment, we want the public to be educated about the communities they will be in. The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office currently has 33 registered sex offenders. We want you to know where they reside so you can avoid those houses when trick-or-treating. Please visit our website at www.co.kendall.il.us/sheriff to see who the registered offenders are. You can select the “Sex Offender Search” tab on Sheriff’s Office website to see where sex offenders live. The mapping and address feature found on the website pinpoint exactly where an offender lives. Sheriff Baird says, “With these resources available and the Sheriff’s Office being diligent in checking on where registered sex offenders reside, parents can feel confident in keeping their children safe this Halloween.” Below are the Trick or Treating Hours for Communities in Kendall County and Halloween Safety Tips: Location Date Time Aurora 10/31/18 4pm -7:30p Joliet 10/31/18 4pm -7pm Lisbon 10/31/18 4pm-6:30pm Millbrook 10/31/18 4pm -7pm Millington 10/31/18 4pm-7pm Minooka 10/31/18 4pm-7pm Montgomery 10/31/18 4pm -7:30pm Newark 10/31/18 4pm-7pm Oswego 10/31/18 3:30pm-8pm Plainfield 10/31/18 4pm-8pm Plano 10/31/18 5pm-8pm Plattville 10/31/18 4pm-7pm Yorkville 10/31/18 4pm-7pm #24

#FugitiveFridays for more information on wanted subjects in Kendall County, please visit http://www.co.kendall.il.us/sheriff/ #86

Sandwich Man Charged with Child Pornography On July 30, 2018, Kendall County Sheriff’s Office received information based on a cybertip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Kendall County Sheriff’s Detectives initiated a criminal investigation. During the three month investigation investigators gathered, collected and examined multiple items of evidence. On October 25, 2018, the Kendall County State’s Attorney’s Office approved charges against Daniel Lee Aldrich, a 61 year old male from the 0-50 block of Sandra Court, unincorporated Little Rock Township, with seven counts of Child Pornography (two counts of Dissemination; a class X felony and five counts of Possession; a class 2 felony). Aldrich is currently being held at the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office awaiting bond call on October 26, 2018. #24

Evanston Man Charged with Multiple Offenses On February 21, 2017, Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the 0-50 block of West Anchor Drive, Oswego Township for a report of a missing female juvenile. The caller reported the juvenile had run away from home sometime early that morning. Investigation into the incident revealed the juvenile and an adult male had made arrangements to run away together. The juvenile was later located and returned to her parents safely the same day. An investigation was initiated at that time by Kendall County Detectives, and on September 14, 2018 the Kendall County State’s Attorney’s Office approved charges against Alejandro Delgado, a 27 year old male from the 1900 block of Sherman Avenue, Evanston, with Traveling to Meet a Minor, a class 3 felony; Grooming, a class 4 felony; and Distributing Harmful Material to a Minor, a class 4 felony. A warrant was issued for Delgado with a bond set at $200,000, with ten percent to apply. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Delgado is urged to contact the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office at (630)553-5856. Callers may also remain anonymous by contacting Crimestoppers at (630)553-5999. #24

The Kendall County Sheriff's Office has been nominated to take part in a grant competition sponsored by Aftermath Services LLC. The rules are simple, the more votes we get, the better chance we have! You can vote every 12 hours on their website (https://www.aftermath.com/k9-grant/) and once daily on Instagram on their K9 posts @AftermathK9Grant. Please help support the four legged deputies who serve our county!! K9 "Miko" and K9 "Luke" appreciate your support! Also please feel free to share this post, every little bit counts!!

The Kendall County Sheriff's Office has been nominated to take part in a grant competition sponsored by Aftermath Services LLC. The rules are simple, the more votes we get, the better chance we have! You can vote every 12 hours on their website (https://www.aftermath.com/k9-grant/) and once daily on Instagram on their K9 posts @AftermathK9Grant. Please help support the four legged deputies who serve our county!! K9 "Miko" and K9 "Luke" appreciate your support! Also please feel free to share this post, every little bit counts!!

Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month National Breast Cancer Awareness Month takes place every year during the month of October. It is an annual health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities to increase the awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. In addition to fighting crime, the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office is also supporting the fight against breast cancer by going pink the entire month of October. During October, the Sheriff’s Office will demonstrate their support by wearing pink badges, pink shirts and uniform pins, to recognize the cause. Sheriff Dwight Baird said, “It’s vital that we show our support to such a serious illness and continue to bring awareness to this important cause. Many people are either indirectly or directly affected by this devastating disease and we are dedicated to reinforce the message of supporting the fight against breast cancer”. Help us arrest breast cancer and unlock the cure by spreading the word and making your own early detection plan. It’s never too early to promote awareness or become informed. For more information about breast cancer and an early detection plan, please visit www.nationalbreastcancer.org #24

#FugitiveFridays for more information on wanted subjects in Kendall County, please visit http://www.co.kendall.il.us/sheriff/ #86

Montgomery Man Charged With Criminal Sexual Assault On 1/20/2018, Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies took a report for a criminal sexual assault that had occurred in the 40 Block of Rocky Way, Montgomery. A 15 year old juvenile victim reported being sexually assaulted by an adult family member. Kendall County Sheriff’s Detectives investigated the case, and on 10/11/2018 the Kendall County State’s Attorney’s Office charged Shamar J. Johnson, a 20 year old man from the 40 Block of Rocky Way, Montgomery, with 2 counts of Criminal Sexual Assault, both Class 1 felonies. A warrant was issued on 10/15/2018, and bond was set at $100,000, with ten percent to apply. Johnson is currently incarcerated at the Kane County Corrections Center on unrelated charges.

Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Announces the First Round of Tobacco Compliance Check Results On October 16, 2018, the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office completed the first of three rounds of compliance checks to be conducted on all tobacco retailers within unincorporated Kendall County. A total of seven tobacco retailers were inspected and six were found to be in compliance with the Illinois tobacco laws. The cashier at the non-compliant retailer, Oswego Citgo Gas Station, located in the 2500 block of Light Road, was cited for the Unlawful Sale of Tobacco to a Minor, a petty offense. The compliance checks are performed to determine if local tobacco retailers are complying with state minimum age tobacco laws which prohibit the sale of tobacco to persons under the age of 18. With the help from a grant awarded by the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) “Kids Can’t Buy ‘Em Here” Tobacco Enforcement Program, Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Community Policing Deputies educate tobacco retailers in unincorporated Kendall County on minimum age tobacco laws and the importance of verifying the age of customers before selling age restrictive products such as tobacco. #24

U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force Apprehends Fugitive in Aurora On October 17, 2018, members of the U.S. Marshals Service Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force and Kendall County Sheriff’s Office apprehended fugitive Patrick Carter in the 200 block of North Sumner Avenue in Aurora. Carter, a 49 year old male from Aurora, was wanted for failing to register as a violent offender against youth out of Kendall County. Carter had been a fugitive since September 28, 2018. The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to call Crime Stoppers to report any information regarding fugitive’s whereabouts. Callers who wish to remain anonymous can contact the Kendall County Crime Stoppers at 630-553-5999. Or you may visit the Kendall County facebook “Fugitive Fridays” for the fugitive of the week. #24

Accepting Applications for Patrol Deputy The Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Merit Commission is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for the position of patrol deputy. To apply for this position or obtain additional information, please visit the following website: http://www.applytoserve.com

#FugitiveFridays for more information on wanted subjects in Kendall County, please visit http://www.co.kendall.il.us/sheriff/ #86

Oswego Man Charged with Disorderly Conduct On March 30, 2018 at approximately 6:41 am, Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the 0-99 block of Afton Drive, Oswego Township for a report of shots fired. The complainant reported walking on foot in the area when he heard shots being fired in the residence. An investigation was initiated at that time by Kendall County Detectives, and on September 26, 2018 the Kendall County State’s Attorney’s Office charged David Garza, a 21 year old male from the 40 block of Afton Drive, Oswego Township, with disorderly conduct for calling 911 and providing false information to elicit a police response, a class 4 felony. A warrant was issued, with a bond set at $7,500 with ten percent to apply. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Garza is urged to contact the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office at (630)553-5856. Callers may also remain anonymous by contacting Crimestoppers at (630)553-5999. #24