A man and a woman were arrested after officers found various drugs, including fentanyl, following a traffic stop on a U-Haul in Round Lake Beach and a subsequent search warrant.
The Round Lake Beach Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Route 83 and Monaville Road around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday.
The U-Haul truck was spotted driving erratically, police officials said.
The driver of the truck, Cameron Seymour, 38, of Chicago, had an active arrest warrant for resisting a peace officer out of DuPage County.
He was immediately taken into custody and a roadside search was conducted.
Police officials said Seymour was found in possession of suspected crystal methamphetamine and ecstasy.
Officers also found numerous fictitious identification cards and identifying documents belonging to other people.
The passenger of the truck, Jessica P. Daoud, 32, of Chicago, was also searched and found to be in possession of suspected heroin and fentanyl.
Officers learned the suspects were using a hotel room at the Staybridge Suites in Oakbrook Terrace.
Round Lake Beach police investigators with the assistance of the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office obtained a search warrant for the hotel room.
Round Lake Beach police investigators and members of the Oakbrook Terrace Police Department served the search warrant.
Police officials said they located an additional 5.5 grams of suspected crystal methamphetamine and 23 suspected fentanyl pills.
Detectives also recovered numerous documents with identifying information of other people and logbooks linked to suspected fraudulent accounts.
A third female who was in the hotel room was taken into custody by the Oakbrook Terrace Police Department.
Seymour has been charged by the Lake County State’s Attorney’s Office with felony counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of methamphetamine, eight counts of fraudulent identification and forgery.
Daoud was charged with felony counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
“As a result of the collaborative effort between law enforcement agencies, more life-threatening drugs have been removed from our communities,” police officials said.