Aggravated Domestic Battery Arrest in Cary of Chicago Man

From the Cary Police Department:

Aggravated Domestic Battery and Unlawful Restrain

On Wednesday January 20, 2021 at approximately 3:30 p.m. the Cary Police Department received a phone call from an unidentified female who stated she was with a male subject she feared would harm her, and she needed assistance from the police.

Jarrell Creekmore

Through further investigation, officers were able to identify the female caller, and subsequently identify her general whereabouts.

With assistance from the Crystal Lake Police Department, the female was located and the male subject in question was placed under arrested for violating an active order of protection.

Cary Police Department personnel learned the male offender, who had a prior relationship with the victim, held the victim against her will at her residence in Cary for approximately one day.

During that time-period the male battered the woman on several occasions, and several times threatened to kill her.

Pursuant to these findings, and in consultation with the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office, the male offender, 29-year old Jarrell A. Creekmore of Chicago, Illinois, was charged with the following:

  • Aggravated Domestic Battery/Strangulation (1 Count – Class 2 Felony)
  • Aggravated Domestic Battery (2 Counts – Class 4 Felony)
  • Unlawful Restraint (1 Count – Class 4 Felony)
  • Violation of an Order of Protection (1 Count – Class 4 Felony)
  • Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon (1 Count – Class A Misdemeanor)

Creekmore was transported to the McHenry County Adult Correctional Facility.

This investigation is ongoing, and additional charges may be filed at a later date.


Aggravated Domestic Battery Arrest in Cary of Chicago Man — 10 Comments

  1. Look for this to happen more often very soon.

    Not that it’s not already happening at an embarrassing clip.

    I don’t know why the police even respond to calls like this.

    Can’t figure out why people move away from the city.

  2. Kenneally you got the felony charges on this guy–set the example in this County

    No Kim Foxxing it and he walks, only to do it again.

    If found guilty, State Prison time please, long sentences, Judges.

    No domestic monsters walking among us please.

  3. You tell me if the McHenry County Adult Correctional Facility is the same building we know as the McHenry County jail?

    If it is, can you explain why we insist on cleaning up the verbiage?

    the man is dangerous.

    He should be in a jail, yet the press minimizes violence by saying he will be taken to an “an adult correctional facility.”

  4. A minority of the populace yet a majority of it’s problems wherever they may be found.

    Systemic Racism ?

    As the DEMOCRATS War On Whitey rolls on.

  5. No worries, he’ll be out in a couple of days, no bail required once we get those criminal justice reforms in place.

    Someone like this absolutely should not be in jail, he is a victim of the oppressive system.

    That was my impression of the left by the way.

  6. ** No worries, he’ll be out in a couple of days, no bail required once we get those criminal justice reforms in place.**

    It is always a pain when those pesky facts get in the way.

    But after the Governor signs the criminal justice reform bill, domestic violence is one of the categories where it will actually be easier to keep a defendant locked up, which is why the DV advocacy organizations actually supported the bill.

  7. Boo got caught. No impulse control. Why no studies on why jails are jammed?

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