The defendant, Bryan Lee Burke, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Strangulation — on or about Jan. 28, in Lake County, did unlawfully and knowingly impede the normal breathing or blood circulation of Carey Lynett Everitt by applying pressure on the throat and neck, blocking the nose blocking the mouth of Everitt and the victim is a family member or household member. 2. Assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence — on or about Jan. 28, in Lake County did unlawfully and recklessly cause physical injury to Everitt. The State further alleges that this constituted a crime of domestic violence as the victim is a family or household member. 3. Interfering with making a report — on or about Jan. 28, in Lake County did unlawfully by removing, damaging and/or interfering with a telephone, intentionally prevent and/or hinder another person from making a report to a 911 emergency reporting system.

The defendant, Brandan Deport Arnold, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Felon in possession of a firearm — on or about Oct. 16, 2020, in Lake County, having previously been convicted in Lake County on March 1, 2010, of the felony of assault three in case 100024CR, did unlawfully and knowingly have in said defendant’s possession, custody or control a firearm. 2. Theft in the first degree — on or about Oct. 16, 2020, in Lake County, did unlawfully and knowingly commit theft of a Ruger M77 MK II .243 serial number 780-10830, a firearm, the property of Thomas Allen McCoy. 3. Theft in the first degree — on or about Oct. 16, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly commit theft of a Weatherby Vanguard rifle .270WN, serial number VB061014, a firearm, the property of McCoy. 4. Possession of a burglary tool or theft device — on or about Oct. 16, 2020, in Lake County, did unlawfully and with intent to use it to commit and facilitate a forcible entry into premises or theft by physical taking, possess gloves, mask, knives, Leatherman tool and pry bar, burglary tools and theft devices.

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