A littering charge against a 34-year-old Romeoville man hauled in by police on a drug bust might be the least of his worries now, though at the time, it led to him going to jail, according to a Sun-Times News Group report.
Aron Colclasure, 34, of 9 Concord Ave., Romeoville, was charged with possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia as well as littering after he was arrested by Bolingbrook police on Sunday (Sept. 29), according to the report.
Colclasure was sitting in a 1992 Oldsmobile that was backed into a parking space in Bolingbrook, according to the report, when he spotted a patrol car and began throwing small plastic bags out the window onto the ground.
In the Sun-Times News Group report, Bolingbrook Police Lt. Mike Rompa said the bags contained heroin and cocaine. Rompa said more bags containing more drugs were found in the car and in Colclasure's pockets.
He was processed and transferred to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.