Carlos Acosta, 54, and Andrew Polovin, 48, were taken into custody Thursday evening, the sheriff’s office said in a press release. The prison records indicate that both men posted $ 20,000 on bail later that night.
The sheriff’s office said it had no additional information to release regarding the investigation. It is unclear whether either of the two has a lawyer.
A pathologist found that he had died of head trauma from blunt violent injuries, according to a report by a coroner.
DCFS released a summary of its records, reports and documents showing that the agency had numerous family encounters between June 201
Freund’s father, Andrew “Drew” Freund Sr., is awaiting trial and a status hearing on his case is scheduled for September 16, according to court records.
The Inspector General’s Office in Illinois said in its annual report released last January that DFCS investigators “ignored the parent’s long history of addiction, the mother’s recent relapse, and the parent’s isolation of the children from caring relatives and day.” ” Care provider. “
A DCFS spokesman confirmed to CNN that both men were no longer employed by the organization, but declined to make additional comments.
Acosta is a member of the McHenry County Board. CEO Jack Franks said in a statement released Friday that he had asked Acosta to step down. State law does not give the board of directors or voters the ability to remove Acosta from office, Franks said, adding that “the overwhelming feeling would be for him to step down.”
“With the charges brought against him, Mr. Acosta cannot remain an effective member of the county board,” Franks said in a statement Friday. “We spoke this morning and I encouraged him to step down. My opinion is based not on his innocence or guilt, which the court must decide, but on his ability to represent the citizens of County Board District 5 when that charges are brought becomes. “”
Franks called for an overhaul of the child welfare system “to ensure this tragedy never happens again, as well as the need to hold people accountable if they negligently perform their duties.”
CNN’s Gisela Crespo contributed to this report.