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Dixon man charged with sex abuse wants $10,000 bond reduced

Published: Friday, May 10, 2013 1:15 a.m. CDT

DIXON – A motion to again reduce the bond of a Dixon man accused of sexually abusing a teenager will be heard June 6 in Lee County Court.

Nikos Kastrinsios, 41, is charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse and possession of child pornography. His bond, originally $50,000, was reduced to $10,000; he must post 10 percent, or $1,000, to be released from Lee County Jail.

His attorney, Andrew Bollman, wants it reduced further.

Kastrinsios appeared via teleconference at the hearing, at which Bollman also told the judge that the prosecution has turned over needed evidence.

Police say that Kastrinsios had oral sex with a boy younger than 17 in December 2010, and that a search of his home turned up child pornography.

Also Thursday, the following pretrial conferences were rescheduled:

Douglas P. Delhotal, to June 20.

Delhotal, 54, of Dixon, is 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.

– George M. Munnich, to June 20.

Munnich, 55, of Ashton, is charged with aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Prosecutors say he fondled a girl younger than 18 on Dec. 20, 2009. 

– Heather Wilcox, to June 6.

Wilcox, 29, of Dixon, is charged with possession of a controlled substance. She is one of four women arrested March 1 and charged with drug possession.

– Andrew S. Daniels, to June 20.

Daniels, 20, of Dixon, is charged with two counts each of felony and misdemeanor theft. Police say Daniels stole numerous items, including fuel tanks and car motors, throughout Lee County in January. 

– Naylor L. Rice, to June 6.

Rice, 19, of Dixon, is charged with aggravated battery of a child, aggravated domestic battery, and criminal sexual abuse, a misdemeanor. Police say that he broke the arm of a 1-year-old girl Dec. 31 when he grabbed and pulled her, and that he had sex with the girl's mother, who was 15.

– David A. Jones, to June 13.

Jones, 38, of Dixon, is charged with home invasion and criminal trespass to a residence, and misdemeanor unlawful use of a weapon and criminal damage to property. Police say he went into a Dixon home through an unlocked window on July 28, found an ax and chopped through a door after people inside locked themselves in another room.  

– Michelle A. Kemp, to June 6.

Kemp, 49, of Dixon, is charged with forgery and theft. Police say the former manager for a now-closed real estate office wrote nearly $50,000 in checks between October 2005 and August by forging the name of the owner.

– Edward A. Lane, to May 30.

Lane, 54, of Dixon, is charged with two counts each of delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a park; delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a church; delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school; delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance, and one count of misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Police say he sold cocaine to a police informant several times in June 2010.

– Patrick M. Linscott, to May 28, with a trial date set for June 17, and Karl E. Ketchum III, to June 6.

Linscott, 24, of Dixon, is charged with robbery and aggravated battery. Ketchum, 17, of Dixon, is charged with aggravated robbery, robbery, and aggravated battery. Police say they, a woman and another man battered a drug dealer and hit him with a car on Aug. 31.

--Rudolph Sikkelerus, to June 16 on a motion by the defense.

Sikkelerus, 59, of Elmwood Park, is 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 on Sept. 11, 2012.

In addition:

--A plea agreement in the case of Ethan T. Seidel was moved to June 6.

Seidel, 23, of Rock Falls, is charged with burglary. Police say he and two other men broke into Cash for Gold in Dixon and stole a safe on April 19, 2012. Defense attorney Bollman said he is working with the Attorney General's office on an agreement.

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