Former Plainfield teacher convicted of theft, burglary
June 24, 2013 (PLAINFIELD, Ill.) (WLS) -- A former suburban school teacher convicted of two separate crimes may have violated terms of probation in one of them and now faces jail time.
Jeremiah Komon, 34, was a teacher at Aux Sable Middle School in Plainfield.
At the end of January he was caught with a stolen car and pleaded guilty to burglary.
Two days later Komon was stopped and charged with possession of a controlled substance and other infractions.
Prosecutors are now seeking to revoke his probation in the first case.
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