Monday, December 21, 2009

17 DRUG ARRESTS MADE BY SPRINGFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT

Seventeen people have been arrested as the result of a several months-long invetigation into the sale of drugs in the City of Springfield. Springfield Police Department’s Pro-Active Crime Unit and the Streets Crime Unit along with the Sangamon County State’s Attorneys Office today culminated that investigation.

Arrested as a result of this investigation were:

Levente Ingram, 22, 2100 block of E. Jackson, charged with unlawful delivery of a look-alike substance.
Trayvon Little, 23, 2700 block of S. MacArthur, charged with manufacture/delivery of controlled substance.
Aaron King, 37, 1400 block of E. Reynolds, charged with possession of control substance, possession of cannabis, and driving while license revoked.
Otis Edwards, 55, 1200 block of N. 8th, charged with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance.
Anthony W. Burrows, 48, 1200 block S. 15th St. charged with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance.
Todd Buchanan, 32, 1100 S. Pasfield, charged with manufacture/delivery of cannabis.
Korey Craig, 26, of Springfield, charged with manufacture/delivery of cannabis.
Titus Williams, 23, 3100 block of Butler, charged with possession of controlled substance.
Niccos Scott, 26, 100 block N. Park, charged with delivery of look alike substance.
Paul Hullum, 33, 800 block S. 13th, charged with manufacture/delivery of control substance.
Cory Norman, 27, 3200 block Red Oak Lane, charged with manufacture/delivery of cannabis and possession of cannabis.
Alana Jackson, 26, 2100 block S. Renfro, charged with prostitution.
James Lacy, 34, 900 block of S.15th , charged with manufacture/delivery of controlled substance.
Ladrecaus Eddings, 38, 900 block of S. 15th, charged with manufacture/delivery of controlled substance.
Shane Reiterman, 35, 2100 block of S. 13th, charged with manufacture/deliver of cannabis and possession of cannabis.
Anthony Bridgeford, 48, 500 block of N. 13th , charged with possession of a controlled substance.
Dominic Wilson, 34, 2800 block of Stanton, charged with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance.

Also assisting in execution the arrest warrants were members of the U. S. Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force.

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