Cocaine Arrest Yields Six Years

From the McHenry County State’s Attorney:

CARMEN GUTIERREZ SENTENCED TO SIX YEARS IN THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS FOR THE OFFENSE OF UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF COCAINE WITH INTENT TO DELIVER

Carmen Gutierrez

Patrick D. Kenneally, McHenry County State’s Attorney, announces that Carmen Gutierrez, 45, was sentenced to six years in the Illinois Department of Corrections by Honorable Judge Robert Wilbrandt after pleading guilty to Unlawful Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine, a Class X Felony.

On October 23, 2019, a search warrant was executed at Gutierrez’s Crystal Lake home.

While inside the home, officers located a large amount of cocaine with scales and packaging materials.

This case was investigated by members of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Crystal Lake Police Department.

This case was prosecuted by Brian Miller and Brette Dunbar of the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.


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Cocaine Arrest Yields Six Years — 12 Comments

  1. Drug dealing in Aaron Shepley and Patrick D. Kenneally’s town?

    How could that be?

  2. Aaron Shepley memorial statue going up.

    I hope it’s not done by the stupid sculptor who created for Orson Wells in Woodstock.

  3. What a dope.

    But things like this often happen to certain people in “sanctuary” states/cities.

  4. Oh, how we are enriched. IL already a sanctuary state, now a narco State, just like Tabasco & Sinaloa & Michoacán in sunny Mexico where drug lords rule.

  5. Put him in with the Covid prisoners please that way my tax dollars will be salvaged … then having to feed another one.

  6. What is “a large amount”?

    I remember not so long ago a container load ( 20 tons?) of cocaine was discovered in NY, linked to some well known bank.

    I never heard more about it.

    I think this was the biggest haul in US history.

  7. @Gary

    Mr. Carmen was initially charged with manufacture/delivery of 100-400 grams of cocaine AND a charge of possession of 100-400 grams of cocaine.

    He ended up pleading guilty to manufacture/delivery of 15-100 grams.

    So one charge was amended and reduced, the other was dropped completely.

    This is what Pat Kenneally considers a great prosecutorial success.

  8. Patty O’Kenneally with another plea bargain “victory”!

    From the look of him obviously he never played sports as a youth and likely played the flute and heavily involved in ballet.

    In my opinion he looks it!

    Perhaps it isn’t Patty but Pansy?

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