Aurora, IL – Major Drug Bust Following Traffic Stop in Pontiac


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A significant drug bust occurred in Aurora following a traffic stop in Pontiac on May 30. A Livingston County Sheriff’s Deputy, using a “Flock Safety” camera, identified a vehicle with suspended registration. During the stop, 18 grams of crack cocaine, 10 grams of cannabis, and U.S. currency were found.

According to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, the passenger was arrested on a warrant for delivery of a controlled substance. Two individuals face Class “X” felony charges for the manufacture and delivery of controlled substances.

A subsequent search warrant executed at a residence in Aurora led to the seizure of 448 grams of cocaine, 79 grams of crack cocaine, a “ghost gun,” a Glock 26 with an extended magazine, and more U.S. currency. The operation involved collaboration with multiple agencies, including the Aurora Police Department and VCOM.


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