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PRINCETON — A Spring Valley man was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to a Class 2 felony charge recently in Bureau County Circuit Court, according to the Bureau County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Robert W. Reynolds, 22, pleaded guilty to unlawful delivery of a controlled substance (heroin) and was sentenced to 3 years in prison.
On Feb. 28, Tri-County Drug Enforcement Narcotics Team agents conducted and videotaped a controlled purchase of heroin from Reynolds in Spring Valley, resulting in the purchase of five packages of heroin weighing less than one gram. Reynolds has a prior misdemeanor conviction for battery in 2011 and a felony conviction for possession of a controlled substance in 2012, both in La Salle County.
Also: * Christopher M. Enright, 27, of Boulder, Colo., pleaded guilty to Class 4 unlawful possession of cannabis and was placed on probation for three years and ordered to serve one month in jail. Enright was arrested Sept. 21 when Princeton police recovered 100 grams of cannabis after a K-9 unit alerted to the presence of narcotics in the vehicle during a traffic stop on Interstate 80.
* Nestor X. Macareno, 24, of Chicago pleaded guilty to Class 4 unlawful possession of cannabis and was placed on 2½ years’ non-reporting probation and was ordered to serve two months in jail. He was arrested March 9 after Princeton police recovered approximately 250 grams of cannabis after a K-9 unit alerted to the presence of narcotics in the vehicle during a traffic stop in Princeton.
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