Former Limestone Township Fire Protection District Chief Jeff Brosseau has pleaded guilty to felony theft charges.
The 56-year-old wrote himself checks totaling $55,000 between December 2006 and February 2009, according to prosecutors.At the time, Brosseau served as treasurer for the Kankakee Valley Firemen's Association.
When sentenced, he could get Probation or up to seven years in prison.
Larry Collins of Chebanse has been sentenced to eight-years in prison for a Class 2 felony charge of burglary.Judge Kathy Bradshaw-Elliott imposed the sentence after Collins pleaded guilty in Kankakee Circuit Court.
A Kankakee man was sentenced to three-years in prison.Steven Evans entered a guilty plea to burglary.He was sentenced by Judge Clark Erickson.
Judge Erickson also ordered Timothy Lane of Kankakee to eight-years in prison.Lane pleaded guilty to Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver.He was also ordered to pay a $3,000 fine and court fees.
A Class 4 felony conviction for Possession of Cannabis sends a Kankakee man to prison for three-years.Jonathan Rowe entered a guilty plea before Judge Erickson.
A Unlawful Delivery of Cocaine conviction also sends Demetrius Wells to prison for seven-years.Wells pleaded guilty to the Class X felony (last week) in Kankakee Circuit Court.Judge Erickson also ordered a $3,000 drug assessment fine.
A Three Rivers, Michigan man has been sentenced to four-years in prison for Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon.Taries (Tuh-Reese) King had a previous conviction for the Class 2 felony.Judge Kathy Bradshaw-Elliott sentenced King after he plead guilty in Kankakee Circuit Court.