Sheriff’s Department Arrests Harvard Man for Faking Urine Sample

The following press release has been issued by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Department:

Harvard Man Arrested for Defrauding a Court Ordered Drug

and Alcohol Screen Test

June 3, 2010

Sheriff Keith Nygren announced today the arrest of Salvador Lemus, Jr. for Defrauding a Court Ordered Drug and Alcohol Screening Test.

On June 2, 2010 McHenry County Sheriff’s Office Investigators were contacted by the McHenry County Department of Court Services, Adult Probation Division.

Probation Officers were supervising Salvador providing a urine sample pursuant to a court order from a McHenry County judge.

While providing a urine sample, Salvador was found to be in possession of a bottle of urine that he was attempting to pass as his own.

Salvador was subsequently arrested for falsifying that urine analysis. He was charged with defrauding a drug and alcohol screening test, a Class 4 Felony.

Salvador, a known gang member in the Harvard area, was processed into the McHenry County Jail without incident.

McHenry County Jail

Salvador remains at the McHenry County Jail where his bond will be set by a judge in bond court.

Arrested:
Salvador Lemus Jr., Age 33
207 McComb St.
Harvard, Illinois 60033


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