A press release from the McHenry County Sheriff’s Department:
One Million Dollar Bond Set for Significant Drug Dealer after Search Warrant in Huntley
A Huntley man living a luxury lifestyle, along with his wife and three other persons, were charged Wednesday with a total of 51 counts of manufacture, delivery and possession of illegal drugs following an eight-month investigation into the man’s extensive drug dealing enterprise resulted in the execution of a search warrant and arrests the previous day.
The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, along with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Rockford Office, Carpentersville Police Department, Lake In the Hills Police Department, Huntley Police Department, the Illinois Attorney General and the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office worked in cooperation to develop the case against
- Nicholas Domino, 45;
- his wife Rocio Domino, 37,
and the following:
- Angelo Aranda, 20
- Adam K. Domino, 24
- Leeann S. Nevens, 19
Five automobiles, including a luxury model and a collector’s model; several thousands in U.S. currency; a total of 295 pounds of marijuana; more than 60 pills of MDMA (Molly); 500+ prescription painkillers; and 25 grams of cocaine were all seized during an operation that began Tuesday morning in the 9600 block of Bennington Drive in Huntley, where Domino and his wife resided.
Street value of the drugs was estimated at more than $700,000.
“A major drug supplier with far-reaching ties, particularly in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin, has been apprehended,” stated Sheriff Bill Prim.
Authorities anticipate more seizures to occur, to include other residences owned by Domino, as the investigation continues.