Five charged in Naperville drug ring

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Four young men and a woman who allegedly made up what Naperville police described as a loosely-knit narcotics ring face trial on myriad charges, including the possession or delivery of heroin, Ecstasy and Psilocybin.This patent infringement case relates to retractable RUBBER MATS ,

Detective Shaun Ferguson credited members of the Naperville community with helping police crack the case.

The probe initially focused on Keneipp and Hoepper, who live together in an apartment on the 1000 block of Heritage Hill Drive on the city’s northwest side.

“We received several anonymous tips about drug activity at that address,” Ferguson said Wednesday night. “Several of those tips came from various sources or locations throughout the north side of town.”

“Eventually, it all tied into” the apartment where Hoepper and Keneipp live, Ferguson said. “We then developed the case involving those subjects, and we quickly found they were interconnected” with Fillar, Lizzadro and O’Connell, he said.

Lizzadro was the first to be arrested, after he allegedly committed a traffic violation. Ferguson said police curbed his Jeep about 7:15 p.m. Oct. 20 near 77th Street and Wehrli Road, not far from his home on the 1400 block of Siebert Court in the far east-central part of the city.the Aion Kinah by special invited artist for 2011,

A search of the Jeep turned up less than a gram of heroin, Ferguson said. Police also confiscated an assortment of drug paraphernalia, he said.

Fillar, Keneipp and O’Connell were also arrested during a traffic stop, at about 10:30 p.m. Oct. 28 near Case Street and Sherman Avenue on the northeast side. O’Connell was driving a black Ford Taurus, with Fillar riding in the front passenger seat and Keneipp in the back seat.

Ferguson said Keneipp ultimately agreed to allow police to search his and Hoepper’s apartment. That search yielded an assortment of drug paraphernalia, less than 15 Ecstasy pills and under 200 grams of Psilocybin,who was responsible for tracking down Charles syringe needle . commonly called mushrooms, Ferguson said.

Fillar, too, consented to a police search of his home on the 1200 block of Hunter Circle,An Wholesale pet supplies of him grinning through his illegal mustache is featured prominently in the lobby. in the Kensington Court area of far east-central Naperville. Ferguson said police confiscated 15 Ecstasy pills and just over 2 ounces of Psilocybin during that search.

O’Connell that night was charged only with driving under the influence of drugs, Ferguson said.Buying a Best Cell Phones for sale from seller in another country. He was arrested again at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday near Diehl Road and Washington Street.

Ferguson said O’Connell “was observed in the process of using what appeared to be a hypodermic needle while a passenger in a moving vehicle.” The officer who stopped the vehicle watched as O’Connell allegedly took a plastic bag and tried to conceal it inside one of his body cavities, Ferguson said.

“Following a subsequent interview, it was found (O’Connell) had purchased heroin earlier in the day on the west side of Chicago,” Ferguson said. He allegedly bought 14 packets of the drug, used some of it while riding with his friend and then tried to hide the remaining 12 packets - which together were slightly larger than a golf ball - on his body, Ferguson said.

Fillar is charged with delivery of a controlled substance, Ferguson said. That is a Class X felony, and carries a mandatory sentence of six to 30 years in prison upon conviction.

Keneipp and Hoepper both are charged with possession of a controlled substance, a felony, and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. Lizzadro faces trial on those same charges, as well as two traffic violations.

O’Connell lives on the 1500 block of Aztec Circle, in the Indian Hill neighborhood on the city’s northeast side. Ferguson said he is charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, a felony, and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ferguson added the driver of the vehicle in which O’Connell was riding was not charged with any crime.

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