Kendall County area police arrested 11 suspects on outstanding warrants March 19 in a multi-jurisdictional sweep conducted throughout the county.
According to information provided by the Kendall County Sheriff's Office, the following suspects were taken into custody:
• Kevin Bryant, 40-year-old male from the 500 block of W. Kendall Drive in Yorkville, wanted for Unlawful Use of Credit Card. Bryant also fled officers during the warrant service which resulted in an additional charge of Obstructing a Peace Officer.
* Martin Huerta, 37-year-old male from the 400 block of Grapevine Trail in Oswego, wanted for failing to appear on a Driving while License Revoked charge.
* Manuel Madrid, 23-year-old male from the 2300 block of Titus Drive in Yorkville, wanted for failing to appear on a domestic battery charge.
* Adrian Herrera, a 23-year-old male from the 500 block of S. Hugh Street in Plano, wanted for failing to appear on a possession of cannabis charge.
*Alesia Eddleman, 50-year-old female from the 1300 block of Marketplace Drive in Yorkville, wanted for failing to appear on a driving while license suspended charge.
* Taylor Snyder, a 24-year-old female from the 300 block of Mulhern Court in Yorkville, wanted for failing to appear on a driving under the influence charge.
*Jose Palomo, a 35-year-old male from the 100 block of Dolores Street in Oswego, wanted for a violation of a court order.
* Jeremy Hammond, a 39-year-old male from the 100 block of Third Avenue in Montgomery, wanted for failing to appear on a residential burglary charge.
* Joshua Emery, a 27-year-old male from the 200 block of Calumet Street in Oswego, wanted for failing to appear on a driving while license suspended charge.
* Derrick Moore, a 29-year-old male from the 100 block of Saugatuck Road in Boulder Hill, wanted for failing to appear on a battery charge.
* Jeremy Bedford, a 44-year-old male from the 600 block of Keller Street in Plano, wanted for failing to appear on a driving while license revoked charge.
In addition to sheriff’s deputies, police officers from the Plano, Yorkville, Oswego and Montgomery police departments participated in the sweep, along with agents for the United States Marshals Great Lakes Regional Task Force.
In a statement, Kendallcounty Sheriff Dwight Baird said he believes in partnering with other law enforcement agencies to make a positive impact.
“When we work with other law enforcement partners we maximize our ability to serve the residents of Kendall County. Serving warrants also keeps court cases moving within the judicial system,” Baird said.
In addition, Baird reminded residents to check out the fugitive of the week posted every Friday on the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page. He asked that if anyone has information pertaining to a fugitive’s whereabouts they can anonymously call the Kendall County Crimestoppers tip line at 630-553-5999.