WOODSTOCK – A Woodstock man was charged Thursday with failing to register as a sex offender after police responded to a domestic altercation at his residence.
Cesar A. Ulloa, 61, of 563 St. Johns Road in Woodstock, faces a Class 3 felony charge for failing to register as a sex offender despite being a convicted sexual offender. The felony charge carries a punishment of up to five years in prison. According to a Woodstock Police Department press release, officers responded to Ulloa’s residence at 7:35 a.m. for a domestic verbal altercation.
During the investigation, officers learned Ulloa was a convicted sex offender and transported him to McHenry County Adult Correctional Facility, where he remains in custody.
Family Alliance receives grant
WOODSTOCK – Family Alliance will get $25,000 from the McHenry County Community Foundation to put toward an expansion of its adult primary care services. The money will help Family Alliance integrate primary care into its existing services to create a “team-based, patient-centered home medical model that can optimize treatment plans,” Executive Director Kim Larson said in a news release.
Family Alliance received funding toward primary care from other organizations, including the Russell and Josephine Kott Memorial Trust, the Willow Springs Foundation, the Alfred Bersted Foundation, the Fred K. Brunner Foundation, and the Aptargroup Charitable Foundation, the release said.
Appointments can be requested at 815-338-3590.
– Northwest Herald