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June 28, 2024

Chicago — Attorney General Kwame Raoul charged a Cook County man for his alleged participation in a burglary ring that targeted liquor stores in DuPage and Cook counties.

The Attorney General’s office charged Isiah Doss, 25, of Chicago, with three counts of Class 2 felony burglary, each punishable by up to seven years in prison. Sentences are ultimately determined by the court. Doss is currently in prison serving a sentence for unrelated charges.

“This burglary ring allegedly targeted liquor stores and stole thousands of dollars in cash and merchandise,” Raoul said. “My office is committed to working with local law enforcement to hold these individuals accountable for harming local businesses and the community.”

Raoul’s office is prosecuting the case with DuPage County State’s Attorney Bob Berlin’s office.

“I commend Attorney General Kwame Raoul and his team for their efforts in the identification of the defendants in this case,” Berlin said. “Small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities, and the charges against Mr. Doss send the message that law enforcement agencies in Illinois will work together to protect our businesses, patrons and communities from becoming victims of crime.”

The public is reminded that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This case is ongoing, and more information will be provided as it becomes available for release to the public. 

Deputy Chief Megan McGuire Bachman, with Raoul’s Criminal Prosecutions and Trials Assistance Bureau, and Assistant Attorney General Steve Knight with Raoul’s Statewide Grand Jury Bureau, are prosecuting the case.