A man who fled from North Chicago police officers was arrested by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Team and U.S. Marshals on Monday.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Team and U.S. Marshals Service – Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force (USMS-GLRFTF) apprehended David Montoya, 19, of the 2400 block of 20th Street in North Chicago.
Authorities said on June 30 a felony arrest warrant was issued for Montoya for Aggravated Battery (Class 2 Felony), Aggravated Fleeing/Eluding a Peace Officer (Class 4 Felony), and Resisting a Peace Officer (Class 4 Felony).
The arrest warrant was obtained by the North Chicago Police Department following an incident involving Montoya where he fled from a North Chicago Police Officer on June 29, sheriff’s officials said.
Members of the Lake County Sheriff’s Warrants Team and USMS-GLRFTF obtained information Montoya was hiding at a family member’s residence in Rolling Meadows in an effort to avoid arrest.
On July 24 after conducting surveillance at the residence members of the Sheriff’s Warrants Team took Montoya into custody at his family’s home in the 2400 block of Cardinal Drive in Rolling Meadows without incident.
Montoya remains held at the Lake County Jail on $250,000 bond. He is next due in court on August 17 at 10:00 a.m. in courtroom C-120.