The Woodlawn Cemetery Murder Revisited 1 Year Later

It's been eight-and-a-half months since Will County Chief Judge Dan Kennedy found Joliet murder defendant Anthony Harames mentally unfit to stand t...

November 18, 2022
12:44 PM

It's been eight-and-a-half months since Will County Chief Judge Dan Kennedy found Joliet murder defendant Anthony Harames mentally unfit to stand trial. (Mugshot via Joliet police )JOLIET, IL — On Nov. 17, 2021, College Park subdivision resident Timothy Bokholdt was fatally stabbed inside his Joliet house on Natoma Court and nearly a month passed before Joliet police detectives discovered the missing man's body — dumped in the back of Woodlawn Cemetery.On Dec. 9, Joliet police booked Bokholdt's nephew, Anthony Harames, into the Will County Jail on charges of first-degree murder.

John Ferak