Cary Police Department has issued a missing person’s report on Kyle Cuchna of Cary. The 21-year-old was last seen on Saturday, January 10 at Cary United Methodist Church in the late evening hours. Cary Police say Cuchna was seen wearing a dark blue jacket, blue jeans, and black Converse shoes. Wednesday, January 14, the Cary Police Department was contacted by a family member of Kyle Cuchna. The family member had not heard from Kyle for several days, which was uncommon. Kyle has been determined to be a “high risk missing person.” Cary Police are continuing to investigate and trying to locate Kyle. A description of Kyle Cuchna states that he is 6’1” tall, 180 pounds, with a small scar by his left eye. Anyone having information on Kyle’s whereabouts is asked to contact the Cary Police Department Investigations Section at 847-639-2341.
Started out as a phone call to Crystal Lake Police about a medical emergency at a residence and ended with the arrest of the resident on drug charges. Crystal Lake Police have arrested 35-year-old Jonathan Ernst of West Crystal Lake Avenue in Crystal Lake. Police say that Tuesday afternoon, officers responded to the medical emergency call and entered the home when they couldn’t get a response on the well-being of anyone there. Police say they found Ernst inside the home….and were able to determine the reported medical emergency was a false alarm, accidentally set-off by another family member who had left earlier. Police say that during their search, officers reportedly discovered more than 300 grams of cannabis in Ernst’s bedroom. …and further, their investigation reportedly revealed additional evidence of unlawful drug activity. Police took Ernst to the McHenry County Jail in Woodstock, where his bond was set at 35-thousand dollars.