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Man charged with violating Offender Against Youth Act in Bloomington

From the What you missed this week in notable Central Illinois crimes and court cases series
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BLOOMINGTON — A man has been charged for violation of the Illinois Violent Offender Against Youth Act, a Class 2 felony, in Bloomington.

Tony L. Jackson, 50, no address given, was convicted in 2011 of domestic battery resulting in bodily harm to a victim under the age of 18.



According to court documents, Jackson failed to report his address change with the Bloomington Police Department on Dec. 27, 2022, through Jan. 18, 2023, as required by law.

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Jackson was previously convicted for violation of the Illinois Violent Offender Against Youth Act in 2016.

He was given a $20,000 personal recognizance bond, meaning he would not have to post bond to be released from the McLean County Jail.

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He was also ordered by the court to report his address to BPD upon his release.

His next court appearance is an arraignment at 10 a.m. Feb. 10.

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Contact Mateusz Janik at (309) 820-3234. Follow Mateusz on Twitter:@mjanik99


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