Filed on May 1st were two documents concerning a search warrant for 3121 Shenandoah Lane in Woodstock.
That happens to be the address of “ZINKE ANDREW FURST KIMBERLY,” according to the McHenry County Treasurer.
In the first filing, Randi Freese, an assistant to McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi, asks that a Special Prosecutor be appointed because there might be “a conflict of interest” or “an inference of impropriety,” if Bianchi’s office took on the job.
The full sentence reads,
“The investigation and/or prosecution of individual(s) for items seized during the execution of a search warrant at 3121 Shendandoah Lane in Woodstock, Illinois on April 21, 2015, by the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office could be a conflict of interest for the office, or alternatively, create the inference of an impropriety.”
The Judge appointed the Lake County State’s Attorney to investigate and/or prosecute the case.
McHenry County will not be billed.
Bianchi supported then-Undersheriff Andy Zinke’s opponent Bill Prim.
Chief Judge Michael J. Sullivan signed the order on Friday, May 1st.
The order refers to “individual(s)” living at the address.
One would assume that refers to Kim and/or Andy Zinke.