Bloomington man arrested for alleged cocaine manufacturing, delivery

24-year-old Theotis Hilliard Jr. was arrested Tuesday after he reportedly manufactured and sold cocaine. (Bloomington Police Department)

By Patrick Baron

BLOOMINGTON – A Bloomington man has been arrested for allegedly manufacturing and selling cocaine.

In a release, The Bloomington Police Department said after a drug investigation between BPD’s Vice Unit and Street Crimes Unit, officers arrested Theotis Hilliard Jr., 24, for manufacturing and delivering cocaine near a school, public housing or park.

Officers conducted a traffic stop in the 1600 block of East Empire Street and Hilliard was taken into custody.

Hilliard was transported to the McLean County Jail.

Patrick Baron can be reached at patrick.baron@cumulus.com.

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