$10M Worth Of Cocaine In Home
Two men and a woman from Chicago have been arrested after a search of the home they were at turned up $500,000 in cash and $10 million worth of cocaine.
The man who lives at the home is being held on $75,000 cash bond and is charged with manufacturing or delivering and possessing more than 900 grams of cocaine.
Apparently once the cops got him in that interrogation room he allegedly sang like a canary which led to the other two facing felony charges in the case.
That is a lot of money and drugs for the police to have found and confiscated the three suspects would probably want to take Snoops advice if possible and lay low!
SOUTH SIDE, CHICAGO – A search of a South Side home Friday revealed about $10 million worth of cocaine and more than $500,000 cash, leading to the arrest of the 21-year-old man who lived there.
Two others also face felony charges in the case.
Jose Pelayo-Aguilar, of the 3600 block of South Leavitt Avenue, was charged with manufacturing or delivering and possessing more than 900 grams of cocaine.
During a Sunday court appearance, Judge Israel Desierto ordered him held on a $75,000 cash bond.
A police report says Pelayo-Aguilar admitted to asking Patricia Sugey to deliver one kilogram of cocaine to Roger Zeni.
Sugey, who is being held on $50,000 bail, and Zeni, who is being held on $25,000, also face felony charges in the case.
During a search of Pelayo-Aguilar’s home in the McKinley Park neighborhood, police recovered 79 kilograms of cocaine, with an estimated street value of about $10 million, and at least $539,406 cash.
Pelayo-Aguilar’s lawyer, Joseph Lopez, said his client knew nothing about the drugs and “was caught up in the middle of it.”
All three defendants will be back in court on Feb. 20.
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