Aurora man pleads guilty to cocaine charge


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Posted Online: Dec. 10, 2012, 6:20 pm
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By Lisa Hammer, rlhammer@qconline.com
CAMBRIDGE -- Noah Freeman, 27, of Aurora, on Thursday entered a negotiated guilty plea in Henry County Circuit Court to Class 1 felony possession of cocaine with intent to deliver and was sentenced to seven years in prison, two years mandatory supervised release and various fines and fees including a $2,000 drug assessment fee.
Charges of Class X felony manufacture/delivery of cocaine and Class X felony possession of cocaine with intent to deliver were dropped.
Charges were filed Sept. 25 after a search warrant was executed at a Kewanee home the day before.
Judge Ted Hamer accepted the plea agreement.



















 



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