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Police detain 28 people in tie to meth traffic ring

February 27, 2014 Farmington No Comments

FARMINGTON — Local and sovereign law coercion agencies arrested 28 people Wednesday on guess of trafficking methamphetamine in San Juan County.

The arrests came after a year-long called review into a meth traffic ring in northwestern New Mexico that was called “Brown ICE,” law coercion officials pronounced during a press discussion in Farmington on Wednesday evening.

The meth-dealing network was allegedly headed by Isaac Anaya, a 30 year-old Farmington man.

In San Juan County on Wednesday, law coercion served 11 sovereign hunt warrants during dual Bloomfield residences, 4 Farmington residences, dual residences in unincorporated San Juan County, dual Bloomfield businesses, dual Farmington businesses and a storage section in Bloomfield, according to a press recover from a U.S. Attorney’s Office for a District of New Mexico.

As partial of a operation, 12 people were arrested Wednesday on sovereign drug-trafficking charges:

  • Isaac Anaya, 30
  • Julia Oros, 30
  • Casey LaMotte, 28
  • Curtis Murray Sr. 50
  • Brandon Smith, 28
  • Bobby Hampton, 29
  • Pedro Lucero, 37
  • Yvonne Anaya, 38
  • Robert Valdez, 50
  • Richard Archuleta 32
  • Ernesto Felix, 51
  • Wesley Contreras, 19

Also as partial of a operation, a following people were arrested on state drug-trafficking charges:

  • Larry Abeyta, 25
  • Cimmaron Archuleta, 32
  • Patrick Archuleta, 34
  • Leonard Barela, 33
  • Phermond Begay, 32
  • Rusty Betts, 32
  • Tiffany Bond, 33
  • Colby Crawford, 40
  • Derek Hellickson, 26
  • Anthony Jones, 34,
  • Aaron Mobley, 35
  • Amy Oros, 24
  • Philippe Reyes, 35
  • Leon Serrano, 30
  • Hollis Turner, 22
  • Jobie Wells, 38

Article source: http://www.daily-times.com/four_corners-news/ci_25234737/police-arrest-28-people-connection-meth-dealing-ring

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