Infant found amid used heroin needles in Bolingbrook raid - KMSP-TV

Infant found amid used heroin needles in Bolingbrook raid

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BOLINGBROOK, Ill. (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

Police say a 1-year-old girl was found Thursday night during a raid at a southwest suburban Bolingbrook house strewn with used heroin needles, the Herald-News is reporting.

Director Mike Weber said the Metropolitan Area Narcotics Squad was investigating heroin being sold from the house, 505 Sundance Drive, and obtained a search warrant.

"We recovered 31 grams of heroin, $220 and found between 30 to 40 used needles all over the place," Weber said.

MANS agents also found the infant, who was being looked after by Karolina Koltas, 27, a relative of the child's mother.

Koltas and Brian Siblik, 38, who reside at the house, were charged with selling heroin, and Kathryn Bushue, 39, of 531 Fessler Ave. in Naperville, who also was at the house during the raid, was charged with possession of heroin.

Weber said the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services was notified about the baby, who was turned over to her mother.

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