Contact/Bail info for Mark Mansheim

COOK COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Thomas J. Dart, Sheriff
Individual Inmate Report


Jail I.D. #
2009-0019894
Inmate Name
MANSHEIM, MARK E.
Date of Birth
03/10/1988
Booked Date
03/27/2009
Housing Location
05-C-02-U1
Visiting Day / Time
Wednesday  9a – 8:30p
Bail Amount
$ 10,000
Next Court Date
03/31/2009
Court House Location
SKOKIE
5600 West Old Orchard Road
Skokie, Illinois 60076
Mailing Address for this inmate:
MANSHEIM, MARK E.
#2009-0019894
P.O. Box 089002
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Visiting Address for this inmate:
Division 05
2700 South California Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60608
Enter at main entrance at 27th and California
Sending money to this inmate for Commissary:
You can send money orders for $100 or less via the U.S. Mail; or wire money to an inmate through WESTERN UNION using a QUICK COLLECT® or through MONEYGRAM® using EXPRESS PAYMENT. For wiring money you will need the following information:

For WESTERN UNION
CODE CITY = CCDOC
STATE = Illinois
Account = MANSHEIM, MARK E. – #2009-0019894
For MONEYGRAM
RECEIVE CODE = 1750
Account = MANSHEIM, MARK E. – #2009-0019894

Requirements for Entry into the Facility:
Identification: Identification. All visitors must be in possession of one valid photo identification including: Valid Drivers License or State ID, U.S. Military Identification Card, Valid Passport/Visa/Consulate ID, Valid Alien Registration Card, Public Aid Photo ID, Photo School ID
Age: Vistors must be 17 or older, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Registration: Each visitor is required to register on the Visitor Registration Form, providing their name and address and the relationship to the detainee.
Search: ALL visitors, including children, are subject to search prior to being allowed to visit any inmate. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to, the following: Alcohol, Electronics, Newspapers/Magazines, Books, Food, Pocket Knives, Cameras, Lighters, Syringes, Cell Phones, Matches, Tobacco Products, Drinks, Music Players, Tools, Drugs, Nail, Clippers, and Weapons.
VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL CODE 720 ILCS 5/31A IS A FELONY PUNISHABLE UP TO 12 YEARS IN THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

Out-of-Town Visits: Visitors from out of town shall be allowed to visit Monday through Saturday regardless of the regularly scheduled visiting day of the inmate. The visitors must submit proof that they are from out of town, which is defined as 150 miles or more from the Cook County Department of Corrections.

Instructions for Bonding Out an Inmate:
Where: Division Five, 2700 South California Avenue
Time: 9 AM to 9 PM Sunday through Saturday, including Holidays
Methods of payment: Cash (US currency only); NO Personal Checks, NO Money Orders, Bank or Cashier Checks only. When paying by check, the check is payable to the Clerk of the Circuit Court and must be presented during normal banking hours for verification purposes (the Clerk of the Circuit Court bonding clerk will speak with a bank employee for verification).

You may pay CASH BAIL by credit card. Posting of Bail Bonds by Credit Card must be transacted in person at the 26th and California facility.


DISCLAIMER
Although every effort is made to keep the information accurate and current, it cannot be guaranteed. Users are cautioned that the information is based upon name check only and documentation the DOC received. By using this search tool, you acknowledge that you understand that it is solely your responsibility to verify any information you may obtain herein before relying on said information for any type of legal action.


Cook County Sheriff’s Department of Corrections • 2700 S. California Ave. • Chicago, IL 60608
1 773 869 5245


Thought you might appreciate the info……

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CEO of drug enterprise busted in Winnetka – updated

Yes, the darlings of Winnetka have done it again. a mere two blocks from New Trier High School, the training ground for the future CEO’s of America, an enterprising 21 year old, Mark Elliot Mansheim, was arrested Wednesday and charged with “production of marijuana plants, marijuana possession and manufacture of marijuana, all felonies,” according to the Chicago Tribune.

Officers executed the search warrant on the home about 3:45 p.m. Wednesday and found 75 marijuana plants “and further evidence of the production, use and distribution of [marijuana],” the release said. Also found in the home, according to the release, were growing stations, including tents equipped with lighting, irrigation and ventilation systems.

This was a breaking news story. When they get around to investigating further, like, for example, why this kid has a setup like this in his house and his parents weren’t arrested too, they will find more interesting information.

The house has been transferring hands nearly every year since 2003 when it was bought by Evelyn A. Liberis for $770,000 and quit claimed to 384 Hawthorne LLC for $0.00 in 2003, and then quit claimed and mortgaged nearly every year between Evelyn, 384 Hawthorne LLC, multiple banks,  Thomas and Melissa  Mansheim, who bought it from 384 Hawthorne LLC for $2.57 million in 2006, Steven and Constance Fapka (who took out a $1.5 million mortgage in 2008 while the Mansheim’s owned it) and somehow it ended up back with the LLC and corrected to show the Mansheim’s as owners.

The LLC lists Lloyd Gussis as the agent and the principal office as 1101 Fisher Lane in Winnetka. The managers are Kasey Tamara, Leslie Struthers and, you got it, Evelyn A. Liberis.

Makes you wonder if young Mark may be taking the fall for  what would seem to be a criminal enterprise involving Mom, Dad and who knows who these other people are.

Lovely living in the North Shore. Great neighbors. Wonderful place to raise your kids.

The newpaper’s forums are betting he gets 100 hours of community service.

I’d have the FBI investigate the whole enterprise. I’d bet it doesn’t stop there.

Wilmette Police press release

****Update****

A poster, dotherightthing, has this first hand account to offer.

first of all it wasn’t 75 plants. It was 4 plants and 71 germinated–which is basically the seed in soil. People are making it sound like he had a forest growing in his basement.

Always good to hear both sides of the story. You decide.

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