FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

March 12, 2020

Jury Finds Carter­ville Man Guilty of Pos­ses­sion of Metham­phet­a­mine

Union Coun­ty State’s Attor­ney Daniel Klinge­mann announced today that Aaron Lee Isaac­son (DOB 08/24/1982) of Carter­ville, Illi­nois was found guilty yes­ter­day, March 11, 2020, by a Union Coun­ty Jury on one (1) count of Unlaw­ful Pos­ses­sion of a Stolen Motor Vehi­cle, one (1) count of Bur­glary, one (1) count of Unlaw­ful Pos­ses­sion of Metham­phet­a­mine, all Class 2 Felonies, one (1) count of Pos­ses­sion of Bur­glary Tools, a Class 4 Felony, and one (1) count of Unlaw­ful Pos­ses­sion of Drug Para­pher­na­lia, a Class A Mis­de­meanor. Isaac­son was arrest­ed in April 2018 by Union Coun­ty Sheriff’s Deputies fol­low­ing an inves­ti­ga­tion of miss­ing vehi­cle parts. A sen­tenc­ing hear­ing has been set for April 1, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. at the Union Coun­ty Cour­t­house in Jones­boro. Isaac­son faces between three (3) to sev­en (7) years in prison. This case was pros­e­cut­ed by Union Coun­ty State’s Attor­ney Daniel Klinge­mann.

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