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Court Call for Monday, Feb. 18, 2013

LEE COUNTY

Wednesday

THEFT CASE: Andrew S. Daniels, 20, of Dixon; charged with two counts each of felony and misdemeanor theft. 

Police say Daniels stole many items, including fuel tanks and car motors, throughout the county in January to sell for scrap. 

On the docket: Preliminary hearing.

MURDER/CHILD BATTERY CASE: Tiffany D. Fassler, 37, of Dixon; charged with two counts of first-degree murder and four counts of aggravated battery of a child. Police say she kicked her 6-year-old stepson in the chest on Dec. 30, 2010; he hit his head on a bathroom vanity, suffered serious brain damage and died nearly a year later. 

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

HOME INVASION/RAPE CASE: Jeffrey K. Mischler, 28, of Hinckley; charged with home invasion and criminal sexual assault. 

Police say Mischler broke into a Dixon woman’s house May 26, 2011, and raped her while she was passed out after a night of drinking. 

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

Thursday

SEX ABUSE/SEX ASSAULT CASE: Douglas P. Delhotal, 53, of Dixon; charged with three counts of criminal sexual assault and six counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Police say he molested a 13-year-old girl several times between November 2009 and January 2010.

On the docket: Pretrial conference,

CHILD BATTERY CASE: Eric L. Ellis, 28, of Dixon; charged with aggravated battery of a child and aggravated domestic battery. Police say Ellis punched a 2-year-old girl in the stomach on Aug. 2; she required surgery.

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

SEX ABUSE CASE: Nikos M. Kastrinsios, 41, of Dixon; charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse and possession of child pornography. Police say that Kastrinsios had oral sex with a boy younger than 17 in December, and that a search of his home turned up child pornography.

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

ROBBERY/BATTERY CASE: Patrick M. Linscott, 23, of Dixon; charged with robbery and aggravated battery.

Police say Linscott and three others battered a drug dealer and hit him with a car on Aug. 31.

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

SEX ABUSE CASE: George M. Munnich, 55, of Ashton; charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Prosecutors say Munnich fondled a girl younger than 18 on Dec. 20, 2009. 

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

COCAINE CASE: Pedro Ocampo, 30, of Mount Morris; charged with four counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver within 1,000 feet of a church, unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

During a traffic stop on Aug. 15, 2010, police say they found about 6.5 grams of cocaine with a street value of $400 to $500 on Ocampo.

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

CHILD ABUSE CASE: Naylor L. Rice, 18, of Dixon; charged with aggravated battery of a child, aggravated domestic battery, and criminal sexual abuse, a misdemeanor. Police say that Rice broke the arm of a 1-year-old girl when he forcefully grabbed and pulled her, and that he had sex with the girl’s mother, who was 15.

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

CREDIT CARD CASE: Holly E. Sheley, 34, of Oregon; charged with unlawful use of a credit card. Police say Sheley stole a Franklin Grove man’s credit card in September 2011 and used it to buy items in local stores and online.

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

MARIJUANA CASE: Rudolph Sikkelerus, 59, of Elmwood Park; charged with unlawful production of marijuana plants and possession of between 30 and 500 grams of marijuana. Police say they found 45 plants and 35.8 grams of marijuana on his property and inside his trailer at Woodhaven Lakes in Sublette in September. 

On the docket: Pretrial conference.

WHITESIDE COUNTY

Wednesday

THEFT CASE: Jackie G. Ferguson, 35, of Tampico; charged with theft and damage to property. Police say Ferguson had copper wiring that was stolen from a Sterling business in August. 

On the docket: Arraignment.

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