Suspected Heroin Dealer Arrested

A press release from the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office:

Suspected Heroin Dealer Arrested in McHenry

Today at approximately noon, the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office and the United States Marshal Service Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force served an arrest warrant on Roland Miller Jr. in the 4200 block of West Elm Street in McHenry, Illinois.

Roland Miller, Jr.

Roland Miller, Jr.

Members of the Narcotics Division had received information that a male traveling from Waukegan was involved in dealing heroin in the McHenry area.

During the investigation, detectives were able to identify the suspect as Roland Miller Jr. of North Chicago, IL.

Detectives also learned that Miller Jr. was currently wanted out of Davenport, Iowa, on drug related charges.

Miller Jr. was apprehended on the arrest warrant and taken to the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office Correctional Facility. During the warrant service, Miller Jr. was found to be in possession of heroin and additional charges were filed by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office.

ARRESTED:  Roland W. Miller Jr (Male, 33), 1531 Grove Avenue, North Chicago, IL

CHARGES:

  • Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Class 1 Felony)
  • Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled Substance (Class 2 Felony)
  • 2 Counts of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance (Class 4 Felony)
  • 2 Counts of Driving with No Valid Driver’s License (Class A Misdemeanor)

Comments

Suspected Heroin Dealer Arrested — 10 Comments

  1. 55 ILCS 5/2-3007) (from Ch. 34, par. 2-3007)

    Sec. 2-3007. Chairman of county board; election and term.

    Any county board when providing for the reapportionment of its county under this Division may provide that the chairman of the county board shall be elected by the voters of the county rather than by the members of the board.

    In that event, provision shall be made for the election throughout the county of the chairman of the county board, but in counties over 3,000,000 population no person may be elected to serve as such chairman who has not been elected as a county board member to serve during the same period as the term of office as chairman of the county board to which he seeks election.

    In counties over 450,000 population and under 3,000,000 population, the chairman shall be elected as chairman without having been first elected to the county board. Such chairman shall not vote on any question except to break a tie vote.

    In all other counties the chairman may either be elected as a county board member or elected as the chairman without having been first elected to the board.

    Except in counties where the chairman of the county board is elected by the voters of the county and is not required to be a county board member, whether the chairman of the county board is elected by the voters of the county or by the members of the board, he shall be elected to a 2 year term.

    In counties where the chairman of the county board is elected by the voters of the county and is not required to be a county board member, the chairman shall be elected to a 4 year term.

    In all cases, the term of the chairman of the county board shall commence on the first Monday of the month following the month in which members of the county board are elected.
    (Source: P.A. 93-847, eff. 7-30-04; 94-273, eff. 1-1-06.)

  2. Translation of above:

    In counties of over 3 Million residents (Cook County), the Chairman is REQUIRED to also be a Board Member (and votes on all issues).

    In counties of population between 450,000 and 3 Million residents, the Chairman CANNOT be a Board Member and only votes to break ties.

    In counties of population under 450,000, where the Chairman has a two year term, the Chairman is REQUIRED to be Board Member (and votes on all issues).

    In counties of population under 450,000, where the Chairman has a four year term, the Chairman MAY or MAY NOT also be a Board Member, but if not, does not vote, even to break ties.

  3. Good arrest!

    Well of course we didn’t have Zinke calling him to warn him that they were coming !

  4. Nice to see the follow through from Sheriff Prim, cracking down on illegal drugs.

    Way to go Mc Co Sheriffs Dept.

  5. It looks like he rode into McHenry County on a horse with no name. . .

  6. Wow, David.

    I had to look at the photo again because I didn’t get it.

    Then it dawned on me.

    Some of us are a little slower in our old age.

    Thanks for the pun.

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