$1 Million Bond Set for Kankakee Man accused of Grooming, Cyberstalking in Kankakee County


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KANKAKEE, IL – Bond has been set at $1 million for Christopher Loiselle, Kankakee County State’s Attorney, Jim Rowe announced Thursday afternoon.

Loiselle, 34, has been charged with multiple alleged offenses, including two counts of intimidation, grooming, two counts of cyberstalking, and unlawful production of cannabis plants.

Loiselle stands accused of engaging in inappropriate online conduct with minors and young adults. 

The investigation into his actions is still ongoing, and authorities anticipate filing additional charges in the future.

In an effort to protect the community, State’s Attorney Jim Rowe urges parents to discuss online activity with their children. If anyone possesses information or evidence related to other similar interactions involving Loiselle, they are encouraged to contact the ISP at 815-726-6377 or email ISP.CrimeTips@illinois.gov

Witnesses will remain anonymous, and it is requested to reference ISP case no. 23-40395700092 when communicating with authorities.


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