ORLAND PARK —
Judge Peter Felice was about to set bail Tuesday morning at $500,000 for Jonathan Sarolas, 23, who is accused of .
But considering that Sarolas had been released from state prison just 11 days before the June 25 incident, Felice upped the amount to $700,000 during a bond hearing at Bridgeview Courthouse on Tuesday, July 3.
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A Cook County judge has found probable cause to move forward with the case against Jessie Cihlar, 19, who was charged with six counts of criminal defacement of property in connection to an alleged graffiti incident June 8 at Richards High School, 10601 S. Central Ave.
Officer Anthony Kapron recounted the incident during a hearing Thursday morning at Bridgeview Courthouse in Judge Peter Felice's courtroom. Kapron told the court that he saw Cihlar walking away from the school during his midnight to 3 a.m. shift.
Cihlar admitted to "tagging" a dumpster, a crane, a school scoreboard and electrical barricades, Capron said. The estimated damage is more than $300 and earlier reports indicated the damage could be as high as $1,000. Kapron said Cihlar showed him what he had tagged and signed a written confession.
On the Docket Next Week
An Evergreen Park man will appear in court in Skokie.
An Orland Park man.
An Orland Park man indicted for carjacking elderly woman in Tinley.
A Mokena man of Tinley Park restaurant manager.
A Palos Hills man charged with .
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