A 20-year-old Wilmington man has been arrested by numerous police agencies in the past two years.
The Wilmington Police Department on Monday arrested Kaleb Findlay after he and another individual allegedly beat a juvenile in the 100 block of Kankakee Street in Wilmington on August 31st.
The juvenile was taken to the hospital by family with a dislocated shoulder, two black eyes, and several lacerations on his face. Findlay and Charles Neese, 23, of Morris are facing several felony charges in Will County.
Besides the Wilmington incident, Findley was arrested by Will County authorities for drug dealing in 2018 and was placed on probation.
Grundy County court records show Findlay has been arrested four times since the beginning of 2018. He has been arrested for DUI, cruelty to animals, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and criminal trespass to land.
All those court cases in Grundy County are still pending. Findlay remains in the Will County Jail on a $100,000 bond.