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Cops bust trio in McHenry County for selling heroin, pills

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(Left to Right) Brenda S. Haseman, 59, Serena M. Mee, 39, and Bridget A. Murphy, 38 (Left to Right) Brenda S. Haseman, 59, Serena M. Mee, 39, and Bridget A. Murphy, 38
SPRING GROVE, Ill. (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

Three women were arrested Thursday after police seized heroin, cash, drug paraphernalia, a vehicle and prescription narcotics during a raid of a home in far northwest suburban Spring Grove.

Serena M. Mee, 39, Brenda S. Haseman, 59, and Bridget A. Murphy, 38 were each charged with multiple felonies, including unlawful delivery of a controlled substance and endangering the life of a child, according to a release from the McHenry County Sheriff's office.

The arrests came after the McHenry County Sheriff's Task Force made multiple undercover buys from the women over the course of a month, according to a release for the sheriff's office.

On Friday, U.S. Marshalls and local law enforcement executed a search warrant on the three women in the 8000 block of East Street in Spring Grove. Authorities seized 13.7 grams of heroin, 27 Xanax pills, 10 methylphenidate hydrochloride pills -- also known as Ritalin -- drug paraphernalia, $521 in cash and a 2001 GMC Jimmy, the release said.

The street value of the drugs seized was estimated at $1,180, police said.

Mee, of the 1900 block of Orchard Beach in McHenry, was charged with:

-unlawful calculated criminal drug conspiracy,

-three counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000-feet of a school,

-three counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance,

-four counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

Her bond was set at $350,000 Friday, police said.

Haseman, of the 8000 block of East Street in Spring Grove, was charged with:

-unlawful calculated criminal drug conspiracy,

-two counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000-feet of a school,

-three counts of three counts of unlawful delivery of a controlled substance,

-unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia

-unlawful possession of syringes.

Her bond was set at $300,000 Friday, the release said.

Murphy, also of the 8000 block of East Street, was charged with:

-unlawful calculated criminal drug conspiracy,

-unlawful delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000-feet of a school,

-two counts of possession of a controlled substance

-endangering the life and health of a child.

Murphy's bond was set at $150,000, police said.

The three are scheduled to appear in court again Feb. 4.

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