A Marion man was arrested on suspicion of selling more than 5 grams of meth.
On March 28, Southern Illinois Enforcement Group (SIEG) and Williamson County SWAT executed a search warrant in the 800 block of South Russell Street in Marion, according to a news release from SIEG.
Shaundale J. Johnson, 35, was arrested for delivery of methamphetamine over 5 grams. Johnson was transported to the Williamson County Jail. Bond has not been set at this time.
The Southern Illinois Enforcement Group is multi-jurisdictional unit which is comprised of agents from the Illinois State Police, Herrin Police Department and Williamson County Sheriff’s Office. SIEG contributing members include Cambria, Carterville, Crainville, Creal Springs, Johnston City and Pittsburg police departments.
This post was updated to remove that Johnson was arrested for delivery of meth near a school. The SIEG sent an updated news release later Tuesday that had omitted that specific charge.