Bloomington Police searching for man related to 2020 homicide

Bloomington Police Department
Any information can be sent to Detective Ty Klein at (309)434-2366 or [email protected]. (WJBC file photo)


BLOOMINGTON – Bloomington police are asking for any information on the whereabouts of 24-year-old James Moon for his role in a 2020 homicide.

According to a Facebook post from BPD, Moon is wanted for multiple McLean County warrants including 5 counts of murder, mob action, aggravated discharge of a firearm, and obstructing justice. The bond for these warrants is set at $3,000,000.

Moon is described as 5’10” and 140 pounds. He is considered armed and dangerous.

Any information can be sent to Detective Ty Klein at (309)434-2366 or [email protected].

Anonymous tips can be sent via smartphone by texting 847411 and the word “BPDTIPS”, then a space, followed by the tip information.


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