Kankakee, IL – U.S. Marshals Join KAMEG in Major Drug Bust at Kankakee Residence, Four Arrested


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Kankakee, IL – In a coordinated effort led by the Kankakee Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group (KAMEG) and supported by the U.S. Marshals Service, a significant drug raid was executed at a Kankakee home resulting in the arrest of four individuals. 

According to KAMEG, the operation occurred on Thursday, January 25, 2024, targeting a house in the 100 block of N. Wildwood Avenue. The raid, part of an ongoing narcotics investigation, led to the discovery of suspected cannabis, approximately 150 grams, packaged in 35 individual bags, along with multiple items associated with drug sales and use. 

Thirteen adults were present in the house during the search. Among those charged were Detrious T. Kizer, Gregory W. King Jr., Amanda S. Houston, and Tubbie L. Gordon Jr., facing various allegations including manufacture/delivery of controlled substances and parole violation.

KAMEG continues to encourage public involvement in reporting non-emergency information about drug dealing and related criminal activities.


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