CHICAGO — A Cook dinner County sheriff’s deputy’s boyfriend and his sister have been indicted by a federal grand jury on drug fees, officers introduced Thursday.
Sean M. Dwyer, 51, and his sister Bridgett Massey, 35, are charged with conspiracy and possession of cocaine. Dwyer, who was convicted in a 1993 theft case, additionally faces a federal cost of being a felon in possession of a gun.
Federal prosecutors stated if Dwyer is convicted, they will search to confiscate a 9mm Masterpiece Arms handgun, 9mm Walther PPK pistol, orange Dodge Challenger Hellcat and greater than $85,000 that officers discovered final month in a house within the 10900 block of South California Avenue in Morgan Park.
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On Aug. 17, Dwyer was arrested throughout a visitors cease within the 5300 block of South Morgan Avenue and officers recovered about 550 grams of cocaine, in line with authorities.
Sheriff’s officers and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration brokers stated they later discovered one other 1.1 kilograms of cocaine within the California Avenue dwelling, together with the 2 9mm handguns. Dwyer did not have a state firearm proprietor’s identification card, officers stated.
Sheriff’s officers stated a tip that Dwyer was dwelling with the unidentified sheriff’s deputy and promoting medicine prompted an inside sheriff’s investigation of the deputy, who was positioned on administrative responsibility after Dwyer’s arrest.
The deputy is not going through fees. The DEA had been conducting its personal drug investigation into Dwyer, officers stated.
Dwyer is going through separate drug and gun fees in Cook dinner County Circuit Court docket in connection along with his Aug. 17 arrest. After he was arraigned on federal fees Thursday, Dwyer was ordered held in custody till a listening to Monday. Massey was freed on a private recognizance bond.
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