Synthetic drug raid leads to 6 arrests in Warsaw
Posted: Nov 6, 2014 12:30 AM EDT | Updated: Nov 6, 2014 12:29 PM EDT
Police say 35-year old Jason Coleman attempted to outrun officers after leaving a residence on the 600 block of West Winona Avenue in the Prospect Hills neighborhood.
Officers say that while running, Coleman tried discarding 2 packets of synthetic marijuana before eventually being caught and arrested.
Police arrested 34-year old Jessica Konkle after uncovering 14 grams of “Spice,” a synthetic marijuana, from her residence.
Konkle is now being charged with a Level 6 felony.
"A lot of negative things have happened in our neighborhood, said Sally Hoy.
Hoy has been a resident of Prospect Hills since 1978.
“It's really changed a lot, I just really wish that our mayor and our community leaders would realize that the people in this community do care about their properties,” said Hoy. “They do care about being a good neighborhood."
Konkle is set to go before a judge on November 20th.
The four people that were arrested for common nuisance in connection to the bust aren't expected to appear in court until December 12th.