A 20-year-old Illinois man was taken into custody on Wednesday after sheriff’s investigators, tracking his racist comments on their social media sites, discovered he was also posting pictures of his drugs and weapons on his own social media account.
According to Fox32, Jack Hoschouer has been charged with unlawful possession of cannabis, possession with intent to deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia after police went to his residence after seeing his online photo collection.
The report states that the investigation of Hoschouer was prompted after he posted racist slurs on the sheriff’s office’s social media sites. Following back to his account, deputies found the incriminating pictures that indicated he was a dealer.
While arresting him, officers spotted drug paraphernalia in his home and returned with a search warrant.
Investigators discovered over $10,000 in cash, half a kilogram of marijuana, 11 grams of cannabis wax, digital scales and packaging materials — with the drugs having a street value of over $10,000.
Houscourer’s bond was set at $25,000.