State Police Take Alleged Marijuana Supplier Off the Streets: Report
More than $10,000 is seized from a California man known to have grown weed legally at his home in the past and said to be involved in delivering the goods to a Romeoville drop zone, according to MyWebTimes.com.
A 50-year-old California man who allegedly was making a living delivering marijuana to a drop off point in Romeoville is off the streets, according to a MyWebTimes.com report.
Larry A. Thurman, 50, was pulled over on Interstate-80 near LaSalle on Sept. 30, according to the report. And court papers filed earlier this month revealed police seized from him a small amount of marijuana and $10,578, according to MyWebTimes.com.
In the web report, Thurman is described as a supplier who traveled from Shasta, Calif., to Romeoville, and police described Shasta as a known marijuana source and Romeoville as a known drop location.
At the time of the incident, a note was found with the address of a Romeoville hotel and a Chicago phone number, according to the report.
A court hearing regarding the seizure of the cash is set for Tuesday, Dec. 17, according to MyWebTimes.com. The web report said Thurman was not charged with a crime and that he acknowledged he had legally grown marijuana in his home in the past.