An Aurora man was arrested for five counts of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, three of which are classified as "Super-X" felonies, and eight counts of Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon following an incident in Aurora on Wednesday.
According to the Aurora Police Department, members of Special Operations and Illinois Department of Corrections officials arrived at the home of 23-year-old Terrell Alvarez in the 1300 blk. of Solfisburg Ave. at around 7:15 a.m. to assure he was in compliance with terms of his parole.
Officers saw several drugs and firearms in plain view; a search warrant was then secured for the residence.
During a search, officers seized one AR-15 and seven pistols, two of which were stolen. Also recovered were ammunition and magazines for each of the guns recovered.
Officers also recovered 784.98 grams of cocaine, 234.75 grams of heroin, 339.13 grams of cannabis, 190 ecstasy pills, 79 xanax pills and six small boxes of THC cartridges. The estimated street value of the narcotics is $111,000.
Officers seized $6,000 in cash, a drug press, a loose bag of diamonds, a money counter and an RF Jammer, which is used to detect recording devices and block cell signals, among other items in Alvarez's home.
In addition to the gun and drug charges, Alvarez is additionally charged with a parole violation from the IDOC. The "Super-X" felony charges against Alvarez call for enhanced prison time upon conviction.
Alvarez was transported to the Kane County Jail in lieu of $500,000 bail.
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