A New Lenox man, 20-year-old Aaron D. Anderson, is one of two suspects arrested Wednesday in Sulphur Springs, Texas in connection with the March 4 kidnapping by gunpoint of a 69-year-old Frankfort Square woman.
The Chicago Tribune reports that Anderson and 23-year-old Dorian Yamini of Richton Park were arrested without incident Wednesday morning after a "police chase involving state, county and city police."
The two were taken into custody in Sulphur Springs, about 80 miles northeast of Dallas.
"Both are charged with unlawful possession of a handgun by a felon, a felony. Anderson, who was driving the Honda Civic they were in, is charged with the additional felony of evading arrest in a vehicle." the Chicago Tribune reports. Read more about the arrest and scheduled arraignment in the Chicago Tribune.
According to the Will County Sheriff's Office, Anderson had previously been charged with armed robbery by Frankfort police. He was booked into Will County Jail in July 2011.
On March 7, , into custody in connection with the case. A $1 million bail was set for Anderson, who gave himself up to police.
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