Criminal Trespass to Residence | ATV Recovered | Fentanyl

Williamson County, Illinois – On February 25, 2024, at 1952 hours, Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to the report of a criminal trespass in the 600 block of West Vermont Street in Cambria.

The reporting party advised that he had observed unusual traffic at the residence including a white pickup truck and an ATV pulling a trailer which made multiple trips taking items from the residence.

Upon arrival Deputies located an ATV and trailer at a residence which had all of its exterior doors in the open position.

A perimeter was set around the residence and multiple Deputies made entry.

Deputies located a male, later identified as Lucas L. Holland, laying in the fetal position underneath a kitchen table.

Holland is known to law enforcement as the result of extensive contact and is currently on Parole for Conspiracy to Commit Drug Trafficking out of Willliamson County.

Holland was ordered out from under the table and taken into custody without incident.

Holland stated he was “scrapping” and had taken items from the residence believing it to be abandoned.

WCSO Investigator’s determined that the 1998 Honda Fourtrax 300 ATV located in the driveway fit the description of a stolen ATV and are continuing to investigate its status.

Holland was transported to and remanded into the custody of the Williamson County Jail.

Upon arrival at the Williamson County Jail Deputies discovered a small bag containing a white powdery substance which Holland had tucked between the seat and back cushion in the rear seat of the patrol vehicle.

The white powdery substance later field tested positive for the presence of fentanyl.

Holland was cited for the following:

Possession of Controlled Substance

(Class 4 Felony)

Criminal Trespass to Residence

(Class A Misdemeanor)

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