On May 16, Illinois authorities arrested three people for allegedly participating in a drug deal. The incident took place in Aurora at approximately 5:15 p.m.
In Illinois, if you are in physical control of a motor vehicle, the laws of implied consent legally bind you. This means that, when you obtained your license to drive in this state, you agreed to take a Breathalyzer, urine or blood test if a police officer arrests you on suspicion of drunk driving and asks you to take a chemical test to determine your blood alcohol content level.
The U.S. Postal Service and the McHenry County Sheriff's Narcotics Task Force cooperated in an investigation that resulted in drug charges for a 22-year-old man from Elgin. Information from an unidentified source alerted them to deliveries of suspicious packages to an address in Cary. This prompted agents to obtain a search warrant and begin to monitor the Cary residence. A statement released by the Sheriff's office described how investigators followed a vehicle from the Cary location to a home on Logan Avenue in Elgin.