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11 Illinois offenders paroled in zip code 60641 in 1st quarter of 2019

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By Local Labs News Service | May 29, 2019

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Eleven offenders released on parole during the first quarter live near Illinois zip code 60641, according to Illinois Department of Corrections data obtained by Chicago City Wire.

The data shows 10 men and one woman were released in the Chicago zip code.

In total, the state corrections department released 4,520 men and women on mandatory supervised release between January and March, according to records.

Under state law, paroled offenders are still in legal custody of the IDOC, meaning they can be taken back to a correctional center at any time if the state has probable cause or a warrant.

Parolees released during 1st quarter 2019

Name
IDOC number
Date incarcerated
Date released
Gender
Age
Reason for incarceration
Bozek, Alexis
Y23165
12/04/2016
02/19/2019
Female
22
Robbery
Cisneros, Eric
R64565
05/11/2018
02/25/2019
Male
37
Driving Rvk/susp Dui/sss 4-9
Herron, Billy G. Jr
Y29358
02/22/2018
01/07/2019
Male
41
Ret Theft/disp Merch/>$300
Laboy, Andro
R52646
05/22/2015
01/23/2019
Male
35
Aid/abet/poss/sell Stolen Veh
Mosley, Alex Jr
R69496
08/13/2018
02/13/2019
Male
29
Agg Dui/do Driver License
Negrillo, Jason
M49178
06/30/2018
01/22/2019
Male
30
Agg Dui Lic Susp Or Revoked
Parsons-Salas, Raul
Y33344
09/01/2017
02/22/2019
Male
23
Uuw-felon Poss/use Firearm Prior
Quinones, Michael
R51640
06/21/2013
01/28/2019
Male
30
Armed Robbery/no Firearm
Reeger, Frank
N32343
02/25/2015
02/21/2019
Male
54
Residential Burglary
Renteria, Elvin
Y19920
03/01/2017
03/01/2019
Male
23
Att Receive/poss/sell Stolen Veh
Williams, Orlando
R48502
06/20/2016
01/10/2019
Male
33
Attempt Residential Burglary

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