Naperville Police Nab Chicago Man in Major Cocaine Bust After Three Month Long Regional Investigation


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Naperville, IL – Naperville police have apprehended a Chicago man on multiple felony charges linked to an alleged cocaine distribution operation. 

According to police reports the arrest concluded a thorough three-month investigation targeting illicit drug sales in the region. The incident occurred on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 1, 2024, on Abbey Drive in Lisle. Pierre Prescott, 28, residing on South Winchester Avenue in Chicago, faces three counts of Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance, including two Class X felonies and one Class 1 felony.

The Naperville Police Department emphasizes that these charges are accusations. Prescott maintains his presumption of innocence until proven guilty in a court of law.


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