Carlinville man’s arrest relevant to Virden homicide

Carlinville man’s arrest relevant to Virden homicide


VIRDEN — A Carlinville guy desired on a demand of obstructing justice in a Monday homicide in Virden has been arrested in Kentucky, but is demanding extradition.

A warrant was issued for Dalton M. Obermark, 20, of Carlinville in the course of the investigation into the death of John Rennie, 58, of North Dye Avenue in Virden. Macoupin County authorities accuses Obermark of leaving the condition to obstruct his prosecution even though getting product information about Rennie’s demise.

Rennie was uncovered dead in his household about 11:55 p.m. Monday after Virden Police had been questioned to check out on his welfare.

For the reason that of obvious trauma to Rennie, Illinois Condition Law enforcement prison investigators were being termed.

Obermark who was taken into custody by Kentucky law enforcement officials Wednesday in Russellville, Kentucky, close to Bowling Inexperienced. He is experiencing unrelated expenses in Logan County and is refusing extradition to Illinois, authorities mentioned Friday.

Autopsy results are pending. Police claimed anybody with details can contact point out police at 618-484-5592 or 618-484-5189.