Bakersfield, California 2021-12-06 21:27:00 –
Bakersfield’s Randall Jason Newell, 41, has pleaded guilty to the intention of distributing methamphetamine, US lawyer deputy Philip A. Tarbert said.
According to court documents, on December 5, 2020, Newell drove from Bakersfield to Mexico to obtain and smuggle drugs from Mexico to Bakersfield. I agreed to do this for $ 7,000.
Newell drove to San Isidro’s port of entry from Mexico to the United States on December 7, 2020, and during a border inspection, law enforcement officers said about 111 pounds of methamphetamine hidden in the vehicle’s gas tank. I found about 98 packages including. Rear compartment walls, driver and passenger side external frame pillars, and underfloor.
Newell and eight other defendants were charged on April 8 for trafficking and purchasing methamphetamine from a plot organized by Arvin’s Omar Alberto Navarro (38). The other defendants are: Daniel Armendaris Mercado, 42 years old. David Delgado Gonzalez, 38; Miguel Angel Martinez, 27; Amayrani Jared Arreguin, 25; and Yvette Galegos, 23, Bakersfield all. Delano’s Rizet Mendes, 32 years old. Chico’s Jamie Scott Gordon, 47, according to a news release from the Justice Department.
Newell will be sentenced on February 28 by US District Judge Dale A. Drozd. He faces up to 10 years of life imprisonment and a statutory minimum fine of $ 10 million.
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