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Felony cases resolved recently in Grundy County Circuit Court

Grundy County State’s Attorney Jason Helland recently released the following felony dispositions.

Robert Angone, 21, of Bolingbrook, pled guilty to unlawful delivery of a controlled substance (heroin), a Class 1 felony, and was sentenced to four  years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, with an impact incarceration recommendation.

In addition, Angone was ordered to pay a mandatory $2,000 drug assessment and court costs.

Everett Dolpin, 52, of Winchester, Va., pled guilty to possession of more than 500, but less than 2,000, grams of cannabis with intent to deliver, a Class 2 felony. Dolphin was sentenced to three years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Dolphin was also ordered to pay a mandatory drug assessment of $1,000 and court costs.

Matthew Quigley, 27, of Chicago, pled guilty to possession of more than 5,000 grams of cannabis, a Class 1 felony, and was sentenced to four years of conditional discharge. Quigley was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine, a mandatory $2,000 drug assessment, pay court costs, and serve six days in jail.

The defendant was also ordered to surrender his Firearms Owner Identification Card.

Nathaniel Tvrz, 20, of Morris, pled guilty to two counts of burglary (Class 2 felony), possession of a stolen firearm (Class 2 felony), and theft (Class 3 felony).

Tvrz was sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections and will be on two years of mandatory supervised release upon the completion of the prison sentence.
 

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