Grundy County releases grand jury indictments

Thirteen individuals were charged with felonies

MORRIS — Several individuals were indicted by a Grundy County grand jury on Wednesday. The public is advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until proved guilty.

Valentin Bondarchuk, 26, of Wheeling was indicted for the unlawful possession of heroin, a class four felony.

Mireya Cardenas, 24, of Diamond was indicted for the unlawful possession of MDMA, a class four felony.

Ricardo Castello, 20, of Denton, Texas was indicted for the unlawful possession of firearms, a class four felony.

Gerald Doyle Jr., 31, of Wilmington was indicted for aggravated battery, a class three felony.

Brandon Ferralez, 40, and who is listed as homeless was indicted for failing to register as a sex offender, a class three felony.

David Feltz, 38, of Lockport was indicted for the unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth, a class three felony.

Elizabeth Kowaluk, 42, of Godley was indicted for the unlawful possession of heroin, a class four felony.

Dustin Legner, 39, of Morris was indicted for home repair fraud, a class four felony.

Gerald Ness, 39, of Morris was indicted on two counts for the unlawful delivery of fentanyl, both class two felonies.

William Nix, 43, of Morris was indicted on two counts of aggravated DUI, both class two felonies; two counts of aggravated DUI, driving while license revoked, and resisting a police officer resulting in an injury, all class four felonies.

Gabriel Ramirez, 36, of Minooka was indicted for the unlawful possession of cocaine, a class four felony.

Michael Ryan Jr., 42, of Michigan was indicted for the unlawful possession of cannabis with the intent to deliver, a class three felony and for the unlawful possession of cannabis, a class four felony.

Robin Solner, 38, of Streator was indicted for the unlawful delivery of MDMA, a class one felony and for the unlawful delivery of MDMA, a class two felony.