Recently five men in Phoenix were sentenced to imprisonment because they pleaded guilty on charges
of drug trafficking. Theses charges were regarding use of methamphetamine
in the Western part of Phoenix according to officials who arrested them.
According to Sandy Reynor who works for the U.S Attorney's Office an
intensive investigation which carried on for months was conducted by the
Drug Enforcement Administration. This investigation began in the early
part of 2008 and these drug traffickers were being closely watched by
the police agents.
Two men who were involved were originally from Mexico and got their haul
of Methamphetamine from Mexico, the police informers learnt about there
whereabouts by intercepting their phone calls, constant surveillance of
their activities and issuing search warrants in their names.
The two men had arranged to get a haul of 6 pounds of the drug Methamphetamine
to be delivered in one of their storage houses which was located in Avondale.
These two men were later caught by the Drug Enforcement agents at the
storage house in the month of June of 2008. This event occurred on June 9.
When the storage house located in Avondale was completely searched the
Drug Enforcement Administration found that different types of weapons
too were stored there. They found several
assault riffles and fifteen hundred grams of Methamphetamine.
Search operations in another part of US of another storage house which
the drug trafficking men used revealed $127,251 in cash and two weapons.
The two men involved have been sentenced to imprisonment after they pleaded
guilty in the case.
Joshua Davidson is a
Phoenix Criminal Defense Attorney who represents individuals charged with all types of felony and misdemeanor
methamphetamine offenses. Please contact his office today if you have been arrested or are under