North Aurora Man Charged with Selling Drugs to Undercover Police

The Kane County Chronicle is reporting that a young man from North Aurora has been charged with selling marijuana to undercover officers of the Illinois State Police. Krisada M. Cheung, 18, of North Aurora, has been charged with selling drugs to undercover officers from the North Central Narcotics Task Force.  On Friday Cheung was charged with four counts of manufacture/delivery of marijuana.  He was arrested by the Task Force after selling more than 1 pound of marijuana to undercover officers.  He also faces charges for possession of a substance containing psilocybin hallucinogenic mushrooms. Cheung faces a variety of charges in relation to quantities.  he is charged with the manufacture/delivery of between 500 and 2,000 grams of marijuana. Also, he is charged with the manufacture/delivery of between 30 and 500 grams of marijuana, as well as 10 to 30 grams of marijuana and 2.5 to 10 grams of marijuana.  After his arrest on Friday August 3, Krisada M. Cheung posted a bond of $7,500 and is expected to appear in court on August 8. Sergeant Kevin Garcia of the Illinois State Police, who took part in the investigation and arrest of Cheung stated that The North Central Narcotics Task Force believes Cheung had been selling drugs prior to the start of the investigation.  The Task Force holds members of Aurora and St. Charles police departments, and in addition the Illinois State Police and Kane County State’s Attorney’s Office.  The Task Force’s main goal is the investigation and persecution of narcotics activity. Drug offenses are a zero tolerance policy within the state of Illinois and all cases are treated with serious persecution.  While some charges come with misdemeanor penalties, most charges hold felony weight.  A well trained criminal defense attorney will provide a person under suspicion of narcotics malfeasance with the best possible representation.  Please contact our law offices for guidance and professional representation.