Police Arrest Alleged Shooting Suspect

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Press Release – Arrest
Freeport, IL. – Deandre Farrille, age 22 arrested on charges related to October 25th shooting in Freeport.
On December 6th, 2016, at approximately 10:30am, Deputies from the United States Marshals Great Lakes Region Fugitive Task Force and Officers from the Freeport Police Department arrested Deandre Farrille at a home in the 300 block of W. Spring Street in Freeport on an outstanding Felony arrest warrant. The Felony warrant alleges that on 10-25-16, Deandre Farrille was in the 800 block of S. Walnut Avenue where Farrille allegedly shot 19 year-old Montrell Scott of Freeport.
The Felony arrest warrant for Deandre Farrille was issued on 10-27-16 and it took many hours of investigation to track the whereabouts of Deandre Farrille. The U.S Marshals Great Lakes Region Fugitive Task Force was instrumental in finding and apprehending Deandre Farrille. The Freeport Police Department would like to express our appreciation for the hard work and dedication of the personnel from the U.S. Marshals Great Lakes Region Fugitive Task Force whose assistance in this matter was vital to this apprehension.
Illegal gun violence is a serious problem in Freeport and a major concern to public safety. The Freeport Police Department is committed to reducing illegal gun violence within our community by working with State and Federal authorities to investigate, apprehend, and prosecute those who choose to be involved in illegal gun violence.
(Any person or persons depicted in this press release are presumed innocent by the court until proven guilty in a court of law.)
ACCUSED: Deandre T. Farrille
AGE: 22
CITY/STATE OF RESIDENCE: Freeport, IL
Charges:
Warrant # 16CF269
Count #1: Aggravated Discharge of a Firearm
Count #2: Unlawful Possession of Weapons by Felons
Count #3: Aggravated Battery with Firearm
*Bond has been set at $300,000 – 10 % applies*
Other:
At the time of his arrest, Deandre Farrille also had an outstanding warrant for his arrest from the Illinois Department of Corrections for a Parole Violation. There is no bond on this warrant.




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Multiple Arrested During Prostitution Sting in Rockford

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On October 13, 2016, members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Illinois State Police, Winnebago County Sheriff’s Police, Loves Park Police Department, Rochelle Police Department, and the Rockford Police Department participated in Operation Cross Country, a federal initiative that specifically focuses on underage victims of prostitution and human trafficking offenses.

As a result of the investigation that was conducted within the city of Rockford and Winnebago County, the following subjects were arrested:

Stephanie Guerrido, 21, Rockford, IL
Charge: Prostitution

Marie Contreras, 46, Rockford, IL
Charge: Prostitution

Kirbie Sharkey, 28, Rockford, IL
Charge: Prostitution

Jessica Olson, 30, Janesville, WI
Charge: Prostitution/Contempt of Court Warrant

Ronald Coy, 68, South Beloit, IL
Charge: Prostitution/Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Ashley Graczyk, 30, Machesney Park, IL
Charge: Prostitution

Stephanie Brannan AKA Stephene Brannan, 28, Rockford, IL
Charge: Prostitution/Illinois Department of Corrections Warrant

Misty Moline, 37, Rockford, IL
Charge: Prostitution

Sajda Rafequallah, 22, Rockford, IL
Charge: Prostitution

Katie Kratovil, 28, Homeless
Charge: Prostitution

All suspects were lodged in the Winnebago County Jail. No photos are available at this time.

“Operation Cross Country aims to shine a spotlight into the darkest corners of our society that seeks to prey on the most vulnerable of our population,” said FBI Director Comey. “We are not only looking to root out those who engage in the trafficking of minors, but through our Office for Victim Assistance, we offer a lifeline to minors to help them escape from a virtual prison no person ever deserves.”

The charges against these suspects are merely accusations. They are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

No juvenile victims were located during the detail. This is an on-going investigation. No further information is available at this time.

 




 

 

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