When you got arrested for marijuana, you probably couldn't believe the situation. After all, a number of states, plus the nation's capital, have legalized marijuana.
A search of two locations by the Vermilion County Metropolitan Enforcement Group in Georgetown, Illinois, uncovered an allegedly major heroin supply ring. After months of investigation, a tip from an anonymous source informed law enforcement of an impending heroin delivery from Chicago. Search warrants were then authorized for the two properties.
A man out on parole who police believe to have taken part in drug trafficking is currently in custody pending a court date, according to local sources. Illinois police arrested the 27-year-old Chicago man at his home on April 13. He now faces multiple drug crime charges associated with his alleged activity.
A man living in Chicago's North Side has been arrested on allegations of drug trafficking, police have reported. The 39-year-old Illinois man faces a drug charge pertaining to a police investigation that has led to the alleged discovery of marijuana in the man's apartment. If convicted, the man could face serious criminal punishment under Illinois law.
An out-of-state visitor has been arrested in Quincy on suspicion of drug trafficking, according to local police. The questionable drug crime charges stem from an unrelated traffic stop by local police who were later assisted by the West Central Illinois Task Force in this case. The man remains in custody pending a trial date.