3 arrested after found to be living in and selling drugs out of a storage unit in Centralia

3 arrested after found to be living in and selling drugs out of a storage unit in Centralia

CENTRALIA, IL — Three people were arrested Friday after Centralia police reportedly found them inside a storage unit in the 400 block of North Poplar where drugs were later located. Police arrested 25-year-old Parker Fields,  as well as 29-year-old Brandon and 23-year-old Courtney Rogozinski, all of Centralia.

The three were taken to the Marion County Jail where they await the formal filing of charges. According to police, they been watching the storage units after receiving reports of people  living inside with heavy traffic in and out indicating the possibility of drug activity.  One officer reportedly heard noises coming from inside the storage unit Friday morning and called in additional officers and detective. After receiving consent to search, police reportedly noticed drugs and waited for a search warrant to be issued. They say they then found 50 grams of methamphetamine ice, 15 to 16 fentanyl caplets, and $500 in cash.

All three were charged with possession of methamphetamine and fentanyl, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine,  and possession of drug paraphernalia. Fields, who attempted to run when police made contact with those in the storage unit, was additionally arrested for resisting arrest.