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Bloomington woman faces drug delivery charges

Bloomington woman faces drug delivery charges

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BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington woman faces a pair of drug charges in McLean County.

Camisha Banks, 33, was charged with two counts of possession of controlled substances with the intent to deliver, a Class X and Class 2 felony.

According to a probable cause statement read in court Friday, Banks possessed at least 25 grams of cocaine with the intent to deliver, a Class X felony.

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Court documents indicated she also possessed more than 500 grams of cannabis with the intent to deliver, a Class 2 felony.

Banks was jailed in lieu of posting $15,035 bond.

An arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 19.


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