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Elgin man charged with 12 Northwest suburban break-ins

Ryan P. Marshall

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Cook County Judge Jill Cerone Marisie set bail at $650,000 Wednesday for an Elgin man who authorities say took cash, electronics and other items from 12 homes in the Northwest suburbs: eight in Elgin, two in Streamwood and one each in Schaumburg and Bartlett.

Ryan P. Marshall, 27, of the 1100 block of Stratford Court, was on parole for burglary and escape at the time of his arrest, said Cook County Assistant State's Attorney Moe Ahmad, who said the burglaries date back to May 11.


Marshall had been under surveillance when police arrested him on June 5 leaving a Bartlett residence carrying a television, an Elgin Police Department spokesman said.

Bail in the Bartlett and Streamwood break-ins was previously set at $100,000, Ahmad said, so Marshall's total bail is now $750,000. He must post $75,000 to be released from custody.

Elgin police say he faces additional burglary charges in Kane County.

If convicted, Marshall could face four to 15 years in prison. He next appears in court on July 5.

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