Felon Arrested in Bourbonnais on Multiple Weapons/Drug Charges After Investigation
Yesterday afternoon, the Kankakee County Sheriff’s Office, along with representatives from KAMEG, the Tri-County Auto Theft Task Force, the ATF, the Illinois State Police, as well as other law enforcement agencies took 32-year-old, Corey D. Anderson of Bourbonnais, into custody on multiple weapons/drug-related charges.
Anderson, who has pending charges for Felon Possession/Use Firearm Prior, Delivery of a Firearm and the Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance in Will County, was arrested after a traffic stop in a mobile home park in rural Bourbonnais. Officers on scene located multiple firearms, including a stolen firearm and a firearm that had been illegally converted to allow for automatic fire (“Glock Switch”) as well as narcotics in the vehicle.
“It’s extremely disheartening that someone allegedly as dangerous as this defendant can be released on electronic monitoring and completely free to roam our streets for specific hours of the day, which he obviously utilized to commit further acts of crime,” said Sheriff Mike Downey.
“I applaud the cooperative efforts of each participating agency to take this dangerous individual off of our streets.”
Anderson remains incarcerated in the Jerome Combs Detention Center awaiting his initial court arraignment in a Kankakee County Courtroom. He has been booked on the following charges:
* Mfg 10>15 Pill Ecstacy/Analog
* Felon Poss/Use Firearm/Parole
* Poss Firearm/Veh/Gang Member
* Firearm/FOID Invalid/Not Eligible
* Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon/Veh/Loaded Firearm
* Possession of a Stolen Firearm
* Machine Gun/Automatic Weapon
* Amt Narc Sched I/II/School/HS/Pk