Teen arrested for money laundering

Published 03/20 2013 04:23PM

Updated 03/20 2013 05:24PM

Update: 4:32 pm
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY -- A man accused of using drug money to get out of jail is back in custody. Marshall Giorango was arrested Tuesday. The 19-year old from suburban Chicago faces a money laundering charge.

He and four others were arrested last month for selling drugs from a car in the parking garage of the Krannert Center. A judge set his bond at $100,000.

Original: 10:41 am
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- An Orland Park man is scheduled to appear in a Champaign County court this afternoon on charges of money laundering. Police arrested 19-year old Marshall Giorango Tuesday for an outstanding warrant.

Police say he and a friend used $10,000 in drug money to post bond to bail him out of jail March 6. Giorango and four others were arrested in February for possessing and selling drugs from a vehicle in the underground garage of the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts.

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