URBANA — A Champaign guy who was in a auto that experienced cannabis, a gun and other weapon equipment in it has been charged with armed violence.
A University of Illinois law enforcement report stated an officer did a license-plate look at just prior to 5 p.m. Monday on a motor vehicle likely west on Springfield Avenue in Champaign. The operator, later recognized as driver Sabir R. Muhammad, 23, who shown an address in the 1600 block of Carolyn Drive, was found to have a suspended driver’s license.
The report reported he admitted to the officer he should not have been driving.
The report also mentioned the motor vehicle was involved with a domestic-battery case in which people fled from police.
Muhammad admitted to the officer he had smoked cannabis in the car a several several hours earlier.
A search of the auto turned up a backpack in the trunk that experienced a loaded Glock .40-caliber handgun, an additional loaded journal and 4 plastic bags that contains about 4 ounces of hashish.
In the car, law enforcement uncovered a magazine speed loader, a laser sight for a handgun, four cellphones, a pistol grip and section of a handguard for an assault-style rifle, an owner’s manual for a further sort of pistol, Muhammad’s revoked firearm owner’s identification card, plastic sandwich bags, and a box for a electronic scale.
Muhammad admitted to law enforcement that the backpack, gun and cannabis were being his.
If convicted of armed violence, Muhammad faces six to 30 years in jail. Courtroom records clearly show he also has an unresolved demand of aggravated driving underneath the affect from an Oct arrest.
Choose Brett Olmstead established his bond at $150,000 and instructed him to be in court May possibly 3 for a possible-cause listening to.