Yorkville Man Arrested for Stealing Silverware

A Yorkville man was arrested Wednesday after confessing to stealing $1,300 worth of silverware

By Britni Day
|  Monday, Jun 13, 2011  |  Updated 10:14 AM CDT
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A Yorkville man has been arrested Wednesday and charged with felony theft after confessing to stealing $1,300 worth of silverware.

Jason E. Gilich, 20, of the 400 block of McHugh Road turned himself in after admitting to being at a house party where he stole the silverware, Kendall County Sheriff's Office said.

Sheriffs responded to the residence of the house party at 9 p.m. April 8 in the 100 block of Winding Creek Road in Yorkville. The homeowner's son admitted to having a party at the residence while his parents were out of town, detectives said.

After confessing to the theft, Gilich told authorities he took the silverware to a local business that bought it and melted it down. 

Gilich had already been arrested for breaking into a home and stealing jewelry the same night he took the silverware, authorities said. Gilich said he left the house party and went to a residence on the same street where he committed the second burglary.    

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