Charges filed in Highland drug raid

Police seek two suspects who face drug charges
2008-02-27T00:00:00Z Charges filed in Highland drug raidTimes Staff Report nwitimes.com
February 27, 2008 12:00 am  • 

HIGHLAND | Four people face drug-related charges -- and a fifth faces misdemeanor charges -- in connection with Friday's raid of two Highland homes that yielded cocaine, marijuana, prescription medication and anabolic steroids.

Two of the five, Anthony Hayes and Gyle Delrio, remain at large, Highland police said.

Forty-six-year-old Patricia Caston is charged with dealing cocaine, possession of a controlled substance and maintaining a drug house after her arrest Friday in connection with the raid of homes at 8203 and 8209 Rosewood Court in the town's Wicker Park Manor subdivision.

Caston, who according to court records lives at 8209 Rosewood Court, remains held on $80,000 bail, Highland police said. No subsequent court date had been set as of Tuesday.

Also facing charges are:

-- 39-year-old Brian Richter, of the 2700 block of Condit Street, who is charged with maintaining a drug house. Richter remains held on $10,000 bail, police said. No subsequent court date had been set as of Tuesday.

-- 25-year-old Gyle Delrio, who is charged with dealing cocaine, possession of anabolic steroids within 1,000 feet of a public park, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription within 1,000 feet of a public park, possession of marijuana and maintaining a drug house. Delrio remains at large.

-- 20-year-old Taylor Delrio, who is charged with maintaining a drug house. He remains held on $10,000 bail, police said.

-- 23-year-old Anthony P. Hayes, of Munster, faces three misdemeanor charges including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and visiting a drug house. Hayes remains at large.

The raid, which was the result of a seven-month investigation, was a joint effort of the Highland Police Department's crime impact unit, the Lake County's SWAT team and the Lake County Drug Task Force.

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