A motion was filed on Thursday to revoke bond for a man who was arrested last week during a drug raid.
In a motion to revoke bond filed by Champaign County Assistant Prosecutor Gregory L. Harvey, the state asks for a personal recognizance bond to be revoked for Ricky E. Daulton II, as he has been charged with additional crimes while out on bond.
Daulton, 42, was charged with fifth-degree felony charges of possession of cocaine, possession of heroin and possession of fentanyl along with misdemeanor charges of possession of drug abuse instruments and possession of drug paraphernalia on the morning of March 25.
The state’s motion to revoke bond states Daulton was found to be in possession of heroin, cocaine, drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia on that date when a search warrant was executed by the Urbana Police Division at his Freeman Avenue residence.
Daulton’s arrest came days after he pleaded guilty to felony charges in another drug case involving investigations conducted by Urbana police.
He was indicted in January for possession of cocaine, illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia, attempted tampering with evidence and possessing criminal tools and was placed on a personal recognizance bond in January.
Daulton pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and attempted tampering with evidence during a plea hearing on March 21 where his bond was continued. A sentencing hearing in the case is scheduled for April 25 while a preliminary hearing on the most recent charges is scheduled for April 4 in the Champaign County Municipal Court.