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Eleven arrested in DeKalb County drug sweep; more sought

 

DeKalb County sheriff's deputies and police from DeKalb and Sycamore conducted an operation on Monday, arresting eleven persons on drug-related counts.

17 persons were sought by officers conducitng a series of raids; the remaining suspects are still being sought.

 

Among those arrested and charged:

 -- Christophers Davis, 32, DeKalb:  unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

 -- Dangelo Henry, 34, DeKalb:  2 warrants for unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

 -- Marcell Milam, 43, DeKalb:  unlawful possession of a controlled substance

 -- Zachary Heyob, 30, Cortland:  unlawful possession of cannabis, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

 -- Joseph Puzzo, 31, Cortland:  unlawful possession of a controlled substance w/intent to deliver, unlawful possession of cannabis w/intent to deliver

 -- Robert Heckman, 29, Sandwich:  unlawful delivery of a look-alike substance (heroin)

 -- Tyler Busche, 23, Genoa:  unlawful possession of a controlled substance (LSD)

 -- Tasos Mazomenos, 31, Sycamore:  unlawful possession of cannabis w/intent to deliver

 -- Sean Thibault, 43, Sycamore:  unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of firearms ammunition

 -- Brendan Elliott, 31, Sycamore:  unlawful delivery of a controlled substance

 -- Georgeo Mazomenos, 32, DeKalb:  unlawful possession of cannabis w/intent to deliver

 

Meanwhile, these suspects are still wanted by police:

 -- Rashi Gant, 24, DeKalb:  unlawful delivery of cannabis

 -- Alejandro Soto, 22, DeKalb:  unlawful delivery of a controlled substance (cocaine)

 -- Monique Cornett, 24, DeKalb:  unlawful possession of a controlled substance

 -- Jake Panick, 21, Elburn:  unlawful possession of cannabis w/intent to deliver

 -- Andrew Kehoe, 20, Sandwich:  unlawful delivery of a control substance (heroin)

 -- Michael Tune, 20, Illinois Dept. of Corrections:  unlawful possession of a controlled substance

 

If you have any information on any of these wanted individuals, please contact DeKalb County CrimeStoppers at (815) 895-3272.  You do not have to give your name.  CrimeStoppers will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous.  You can also email at crimestoppers@dekalbcounty.org

P.J. Harrigan

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