Possible Armed Robbery Vehicle Leads to Possession of Cannabis Arrest
Ashkum, IL- Illinois State Police District 21 is reporting the arrest of Kamari B. Wells, 24, of Kankakee, for Possession of Cannabis more than 2.5 grams/less than 10 grams.
An Illinois State Trooper on patrol in Kankakee County Monday observed a vehicle matching the description of a vehicle used in an armed robbery traveling on 9000 North Road. The trooper conducted a traffic stop and spoke with the driver 24-year-old Kamari B. Wells of Kankakee.
The trooper smelled the odor of cannabis emitting from the vehicle. While searching the vehicle the trooper located cannabis and driver admitted to the cannabis being his. It was determined that Wells' vehicle was not the vehicle from the previous armed robbery.
Wells was also issued a warning for defective windshield and improper display of license plate.
(Chicago, IL) -- Governor Pat Quinn has signed a new law requiring all schools hold drills with police to be prepared for the possibility of school shootings. School districts are already required to conduct six different drills each year and the new law makes sure police are involved in a school shooting drill.
Quinn says schools can never been too prepared for a situation where a gun is involved. He says this will make sure schools work with police to be as prepared as possible.
The Kay Jewelers store in Bradley's Northfield Square Mall was robbed Monday. Police are looking for a Hispanic male driving a silver-colored Chrysler 300. The man asked a clerk to look at some merchandise, then grabbed the items and fled.
Police stated the subject never said he had a weapon. He led police on a chase through parts of Bradley and Bourbonnais.