Man Arrested After Confronting Plainfield Grandmother with Knife

A Naperville man was arrested in Plainfield on Tuesday after he allegedly threatened a family member with a weapon. It was on April 19th that Plainfield Police received a call that 22-year-old Anthony Olivo had allegedly demanded money from his grandmother while he was holding a knife.  Police had been searching for Olivo for the last two months to no avail. Olivo was eventually apprehended and charged with Robbery of a Victim Handicapped or Over 60, Aggravated Battery to a Victim Over 60, Domestic Battery as well as two drug related misdemeanors and a traffic citation.



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