An Oak Lawn man convicted for a public indecency incident in Mt. Greenwood was transferred to an Illinois prison on June 16.
Daniel Vorberg, 31, was sentenced to a three-year prison term by a Cook County judge earlier this month. In May, a jury found Vorberg guilty of fondling himself near a group of children while sitting in his car in Mt. Greenwood in April 30, 2013.
Vorberg is currently at the Northern Reception and Classification Center in Stateville, which functions as the adult intake center for the entire state. He is undergoing intake and evaluation, until he can be transferred to a permanent institution.
During Vorberg’s sentencing hearing, both his mother and attorney referred to him as an alcoholic. He was denied probation because of his extensive history of misdemeanor arrests and court supervision for such charges as retail theft and driving under the influence. The public indecency charge is his first felony conviction.
Vorberg was credited for the 409 days he has served in Cook County Jail while awaiting trial, with the remaining two years to be served in an Illinois prison. He was also subjected to one year of mandatory supervision upon his release.
His first parole date is Oct. 24, 2014. His release date is Oct. 24, 2015.