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updated: 4/7/2014 6:03 PM

Sugar Grove man faces cocaine, LSD charges

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  • Kyle D. Abraham

    Kyle D. Abraham


A 28-year-old Sugar Grove man who has been to prison twice for drugs has been arrested and charged with cocaine and LSD possession.

Kyle D. Abraham, of the 100 block of Monna Street, was charged Friday with possession of 1 to 15 grams of cocaine with intent to deliver and possession of 15 to 100 parts of LSD, according to police and Kane County court records.

The most serious charge of LSD possession carries a prison term of six to 30 years with no chance of probation if convicted.

Illinois State Police Sgt. Joe Stavola said members of the Kendall County Cooperative Police Assistance Team Task Force arrested Abraham at about 4:30 p.m. Friday in the 1100 block of Cornell Lane in Yorkville.

Stavola declined to say whether the arrest was the result of a traffic stop or an undercover operation.

Authorities seized four grams of cocaine and 56 "hits" of LSD from Abraham, Stavola said.

According to Kane County court records, Abraham has been to prison at least twice on drug charges.

He was sentenced to 6½ years in prison for selling cocaine near a school or park in August 2008.

After being released for good behavior after serving half the sentence, Abraham was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by a felon in March 2012 in Sugar Grove.

The weapons charge was dropped, but he got an 18-month sentence on the drug charge, records show.

He's also been arrested on charges of battery, drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, possession of a controlled substance and two domestic battery arrests dating back to 2003, records show.

Abraham was being held at the Kane County jail on $500,000 bail, meaning he must post $50,000 to be released while the charges are pending.

His next court date is April 17.

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