The Wheaton Police Department is seeking the assistance of the public in locating Todd Olshefski of Lombard, Ill. Todd Olshefski is currently wanted on a Failure to Appear warrant for the original offense of Use of Charitable Trust Funds for Personal Benefit. This warrant was issued by the DuPage County Circuit Court and is maintained by the DuPage County Sheriff's Office. This is a no-bond warrant without service limitations.
50 years old
5'7", 142 lbs.
Brown hair, blue eyes
Mr. Olshefski was originally arrested on May 2, 2019 with his wife, Priscilla Olshefski. (See the original press release.) Ms. Olshefski pleaded guilty to Use of Charitable Trust Funds for Personal Benefit, a Class 2 Felony, and was recently sentenced in late July 2019 to 170 days in jail. (See the press release.) Mr. Olshefski was released on bond and failed to appear at his next scheduled court date.
The Wheaton Police Department is asking the public to call 9-1-1 if they see Mr. Olshefski, who may be in the company of his wife, Priscilla Olshefski, now a convicted felon. Once Mr. Olshefski is located and arrested on the warrant, Wheaton Police will issue an updated release to reflect his apprehension. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Mr. Olshefski is encouraged to contact Detective Lieutenant Bill Cooley at 630-260-2077.
The Wheaton Police Department reminds you not to attempt to apprehend or place yourself at personal risk if you observe or encounter an alleged wanted individual. Call 9-1-1 immediately, and Police will respond.
5/2/19 Original Press Release
7/29/19 Press Release