AURORA, Ill. (WLS) -- Three men from Mexico and a Bolingbrook man face drug charges after Kane County Sheriff's detectives said they found nearly 160 pounds of cannabis in a Jeep in west suburban Aurora.
Around 1 p.m. Tuesday, deputies were in a parking lot near I-88 and Farnsworth Avenue when they saw an alleged drug deal between four men.
Sergio Delgadillo-Alvarez, 42; Ruben Guillen-Hernandez, 55; and Jamie Guillen-Hernandez, 63; all from Mexico, were arrested at the scene of the transaction after a Jeep drove away.
Detectives stopped the Jeep and discovered 157 pounds of marijuana inside. It has an estimated street value of about $1.4 million.
The driver was taken into custody. He was identified as Luis Garcia, 53, of the 300-block of Woodcreek Drive in Bolingbrook.
All four men were each charged with cannabis trafficking, two counts of unlawful manufacture/delivery of cannabis and unlawful possession of cannabis.
They are being held at the Kane County Adult Justice Center on $2 million bail.
Nearly 160 pounds of marijuana found in Aurora drug bust; 4 men charged
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