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Raymond Man Arrested For Meth/Heroin Trafficking After Traffic Stop

A Raymond man has been arrested following a traffic violation complaint.  Montgomery Police say they were called to Raymond to investigate the complaint when they located the suspect vehicle in the village of Raymond and made contact with him.  Police say 40 year old Daniel J. Vickery of Raymond had a suspended driver’s license and outstanding warrants for his arrest.  Deputies than took Vickery into custody on the outstanding Montgomery County warrant; which had been issued for failure to appear on a possession of meth charge.  He also had an outstanding Sangamon County for failure to appear; driving on a suspended license.



Deputies located and seized approximately 117 grams of suspected methamphetamine and 12 grams of suspected heroin/fentanyl. Vickery was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on charges of meth trafficking, controlled substance trafficking, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, possession with intent to manufacture/deliver a controlled substance, and the two outstanding warrants.  Vickery was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. 


If you have any information regarding a crime, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging you to contact your local Law Enforcement Agency or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-352-0136.  Tips can also be reported to Crime Stoppers on-line or you can text a tip to CRIMES.

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