Photos of the Huntley Drug Raid Folks

McHenry County Blog has received the photos of those arrested in the Huntley drug raid this week.

You see them below:

Nicholas Domino, age 45

Nicholas Domino, age 45

Ricio Domino, age 37

Ricio Domino, age 37

Adam Domino, age 24

Adam Domino, age 24

Leeann Nevens, age 19

Leeann Nevens, age 19

Andelo Arando, age 20

Andelo Arando, age 20

ARRESTED:

Nicholas A. Domino (Male, 45)

  • 3 counts- Unlawful Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Huntley, IL deliver >5,000 grams – Class X
  • 1 count- Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to deliver within 1,000 feet of a school – Class X
  • 3 counts- Unlawful Possession of Cannabis – >5,000 grams – Class 1
  • 1 count- Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to deliver > 1 gram – Class 1
  • 8 counts- Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver – Class 2
  • 9 counts- Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance – Class 4

BOND: $1,000,000.00
NEXT COURT DATE: May 8, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.

Ricio Domino (Female 37)

  • 1 count- Unlawful Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Huntley, IL deliver >5,000 grams – Class X
  • 1 count- Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to deliver within 1,000 feet of a school – Class X
  • 1 count- Unlawful Possession of Cannabis – >5,000 grams– Class 1
  • 1 count- Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to deliver > 1 gram – Class 1
  • 8 counts- Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver – Class 2
  • 8 counts- Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance – Class 4

BOND: $300,000.00
NEXT COURT DATE: May 8, 2015 at 9:00 a.m.

Angelo Aranda (Male, 20) Unlawful Possession of Paraphernalia- Class A

  • Unlawful Possession of Cannabis- Class C

BOND: $1,500.00
NEXT COURT DATE: May 29, 2015 at 8:30 a.m.

Adam K. Domino (Male, 24) Unlawful Possession of Paraphernalia- Class A

  • Unlawful Possession of Cannabis- Class C

BOND: $1,500.00
NEXT COURT DATE: May 29, 2015 at 8:30 a.m.

Leeann S. Nevens, 19 Unlawful Possession of Paraphernalia- Class A

  • Unlawful Possession of Cannabis- Class C

BOND: $1,500.00
NEXT COURT DATE: May 29, 2015 at 8:30 a.m.


Comments

Photos of the Huntley Drug Raid Folks — 12 Comments

  1. Congratulations to the vigilance of our “law” enforcement community for bravely keeping us safe from the evils of cannabis.

    McHenrytucky County will undoubtedly be the last place in America to stop incarcerating people for pot.

  2. Andelo looking like a real bad ass in his mug shot.

    You know what they do at county don’t ya?

    And Pushback the whole idea of legalization is to make Uncle Sam your drug dealer.

    With bonds that high I’m guessing it was more than personal stash here

  3. Pushback, read the other article about this.

    If you would have read it you wouldn’t have made such a goofy statement.

  4. Question. (Though, I know it will not be a well received one)

    I do NOT smoke marijuana. I have no desire to smoke marijuana. I do NOT condone the use of marijuana… That being said, Constitutionally speaking, Who’s Life, Liberties, Property or Pursuit of Happiness was threatened by these individuals having in their possession, this cannabis?

    Who, exactly, are the VICTIMS of this crime?

    Constitutionally speaking, what authority does government have to criminalize these people?

    General/President George Washington made a hefty profit growing and selling pot. That no good, criminal!

  5. Patrick, it’s not just about the marijuana. You may have missed the original story but “…a total of 295 pounds of marijuana; more than 60 pills of MDMA (Molly); 500+ prescription painkillers; and 25 grams of cocaine…”

    Constitutionally speaking (whatever you meant by that) the state and federal government passed laws controlling these substances.

    Their right to do so has withstood the test of time and appeals all the way to the US Supreme Court.

    These five morons (it’s why they call it dope) will be living proof of that!

  6. This is not about finding a marijuana cigarette in a house. These people are drug dealers who sell drugs in other areas too. Nice to have them off the streets.

  7. Apologies…

    I did NOT see the original story…

    Inserting foot in mouth…

  8. Patrick this happens to all of us at one time or another, that is why we point out things.

  9. You don’t have to put your foot in your mouth, Patrick.

    Most the talking points about marijuana decriminalization could be said of other drugs.

    It only involves the user’s body, prohibiting substances leads to black markets where killer cartels control the supply, it’s a drain on taxpayers, etc.

    Portugal decriminalized drugs 14 years ago and hasn’t been plunged into chaos.

    Rates of drug use are down, drug related deaths are down, law enforcement there have changed their minds and now agree with the policy.

    At one time, we thought alcohol prohibition was a good thing.

    Now we’re starting to rethink marijuana policies.

    In years to come, we will start thinking about other substances.

    All the Johnny Come Lately “leaders” will be singing to the choir once they see the right opinion polls and don’t have to fear backlash from uninformed voters.

    Prohibition is only good for drug dealers who get to charge higher prices, people who work in the court system who need justification for their jobs, and industries benefiting from prison contracts.

    Go to some of the neighborhoods in Chicago and tell me how well the drug war is working and whether we should spend even more money to police those areas.

    Next, tell me how we’ll get the money to pay for this ridiculous drug war.

    We already have too much debt — over 100% of GDP. Conservatives talk about personal freedom, wanting to shrink the size of government, being for lower taxes, being against regulations, wanting to spend less, how government is ineffective and sometimes counterproductive at solving problems, yet they favor the drug war.

    It makes no sense.

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