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updated: 4/25/2014 6:29 PM

Mount Prospect man pleads guilty to aggravated restraint

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An 18-year-old Mount Prospect man pleaded guilty to aggravated unlawful restraint and received probation.

In exchange for his guilty plea this week to the felony, Pawel Blonski was sentenced to 30 months' probation and ordered to pay $689 in fines, records show.

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The charges stem from an altercation last January, when prosecutors say Blonski and two other men threatened a Wheeling man from whom they intended to purchase marijuana. At the bond hearing, prosecutors said the victim entered a car driven by one of the co-defendants, where Blonski ordered the man to turn over "everything you got."

Charges against the two other men were dismissed last month, court records show.

According to prosecutors, Blonski has a drug possession case pending in Skokie.

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