Will County Jail Roundup May 17 Weekend

John Ferak

JOLIET, IL — The following people have been taken into the custody of the Will County Adult Detention Facility since Friday, May 15. Here's the reason for their arrests.

Carlos Corona, 24, Geneva Avenue, Romeoville, arrested by Romeoville Police on charges of possession of controlled substances.

Corona


Derrick Darkwah, 28, Jeffrey Lane, Bolingbrook, arrested by Bolingbrook Police on charges of receiving a stolen vehicle and theft.

Darkwah


Toby Godfrey, 42, 100 block of Park Drive, Joliet, arrested by Joliet Police on five counts of identity theft and one charge of disorderly conduct.

Godfrey


Barry Cole, 56, 400 block of Buell Avenue, Joliet, arrested by Bolingbrook Police on charges of possession of controlled substances.

Cole


Boguslaw Kurzynski, 55, Wild Rose Lane, Romeoville, arrested by Romeoville Police on charges of domestic battery.

Kurzynski


Tyler Metcalf, Dwight, Ill., arrested by Will County Sheriff's Office on a parole violation from the Illinois Department of Corrections plus 2019 charges of driving on a revoked or suspended license and disregarding a stop sign.

Metcalf


Zachary Quist, 42, Beach Park, Ill., arrested by Illinois Department of Corrections on a fugitive warrant.

Quist


Christopher Wilke, 26, Markham, arrested by Manhattan Police on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, reckless driving, possession of controlled substances, possession of marijuana 10 to 30 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Wilke


Arrest report information is provided by local police departments. Charges are merely allegations, not evidence of guilt.

This article originally appeared on the Joliet Patch