Illinois man gave fake names during Mount Pleasant drug arrest

Albert Wroten

A 26-year-old Illinois man was arrested in Mount Pleasant, found in possession of illegal drugs, on Wednesday, March 3.

Police said a K9 squad conducted a traffic stop near Green Bay Road and Spring Street shortly after noon on Wednesday.

The driver, identified by police as Albert Wroten of Waukegan, gave multiple fake names in an attempt to conceal his identity.

Wroten was found in possession of 28.6 grams of cocaine, 8.4 grams of crack cocaine, 3.4 grams of heroin, and over $1,100 in cash.

Officials have charged Wroten with possession with two counts of intent to deliver heroin, second and subsequent offense; one count of obstructing an officer, repeater; and four counts of felony bail jumping.

This case remains under investigation.

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