THE OFFICE OF KANKAKEE COUNTY SHERIFF: Pembroke Man Sentenced to 71 Months in Federal Prison
The Office of Kankakee County Sheriff issued the following announcement on Jan. 11.
Pembroke Township resident, Dennis Hogan (32 years of age) was sentenced to 71 months in federal prison earlier today by the Honorable Judge Shadid. Hogan pled guilty on August 30th in a 2017 case where he fired a semi-automatic rifle in the direction of another person at the Pembroke Citgo station. Hogan received sentencing enhancements for firing the weapon in public and for reckless endangerment when he fled from law enforcement upon his apprehension.
“I applaud the efforts of our deputies and investigators, who worked with Project Safe Neighborhoods, the Kankakee County State’s Attorney’s Office and the US Attorney’s Office (Asst. US Attorney Brian Freres) on the case,” said Sheriff Mike Downey. “Having someone like Hogan, who has demonstrated his willingness to create violence, incarcerated for such a long period of time is an obvious advantage to the community at large.”
Original source can be found here.
Source: The Office of Kankakee County Sheriff