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updated: 7/21/2011 4:21 PM

Schaumburg man gets jail time, probation in drug case

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A Schaumburg man, whose arrest earlier this year on an outstanding warrant led to new charges of manufacture and delivery of cocaine, pleaded guilty to those charges in Rolling Meadows.

A Cook County judge Wednesday sentenced 29-year-old Kevin Vergara to 30 months probation and 180 days in Cook County Jail. Vergara received credit for the 97 days he has spent in custody since his arrest.

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The judge also ordered Vergara to submit to a drug evaluation and follow any recommendations and to pay $2,750 in fines.

Schaumburg police arrested Vergara in April outside his home in the 1300 block of Algonquin Road. A search revealed a substance in Vergara's left sock that tested positive for cocaine, prosecutors said.

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