The McHenry County Sheriff’s Department won’t reveal where in McHenry County Registered Sex Offender Trystan Weeks was arrested without my filing a Freedom of Information request.
The McHenry County State’s Attorney announced Weeks indictment for failure to register Thursday.
His address on the State Police web site was updated June 28th, an employee there told me.
It is 37,095 Piper Lane in Lake Villa, the same address that appears on the indictments. It was reported to the State Police by the Lake County Sheriff’s office on June 28th, after Weeks’ McHenry County arrest.
The arrest, presumably on June 22nd, was made by McHenry County Sheriff’s Deputy Michelle Asplund, so Weeks must have been somewhere in McHenry County.
The Sheriff’s Department has until next Friday to reply to my Freedom of Information request.
Meanwhile, if you have an underage teenage girl, you can hope he wasn’t arrested near you.
Pretty strange that the Sheriff’s Department won’t reveal where a sex offender was arrested without a Freedom of Information request, don’t you think?
Especially, since Weeks is not incarcerated in the McHenry County Jail.
He posted $4,000 (10% of his $40,000) bail and is out of jail.