More details have been released regarding a major meth bust that occurred in the Morris area on Sunday, January 10th. The Morris Police Department was assisted by the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office in the arrest.
Grundy County Sheriff Chief Deputy John Nicholson was updating the Grundy County Board last night about the upcoming creation of a new Pro-Active Unit when he spoke about the incident from Sunday.
Grundy County court records show Jamie Milashoski, 27, of Morris and Robert Bastian, 49, of Chicago have been charged with the unlawful delivery of meth between 400 and 900 grams; unlawful delivery of meth between 100 and 400 grams and unlawful delivery of meth between 15 and 100 grams, all class X felonies.
Both men were taken into custody on Sunday, January 10th. Both individuals remain in the Grundy County Jail on a $150,000 bond. Meanwhile, Nicholson said they are looking at starting up the Pro-Active Unit on March 1st.