Waukegan man charged with selling heroin, resisting arrest

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Phillip Trotter. | Lake County sheriff’s office

A Waukegan man has been charged with selling heroin to an undercover investigator, resisting arrest and injuring a detective.

Phillp Trotter, 27, was arrested during an undercover operation Thursday, according to the Lake County sheriff’s office, which said a detective suffered “serious injuries” to an ankle during a struggle with Trotter and needed surgery.

Trotter was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, heroin possession,  cocaine possession and resisting arrest resulting in injury.

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