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 Drug Dealer Gets 22 Years in Federal Prison for Distributing Methamphetamine

Posted by Fay Arfa | Mar 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

            After admitting that he sold 2.88 kilograms (about 6.3 pounds) of methamphetamine in 2019. a federal judge sentenced Efrain Chavez, 37, aka “Chino, to 260 months in federal prison for selling huge amounts of methamphetamine five different times. When the feds arrested him in November 2019, Chavez had another 2.2 kilograms (nearly 5 pounds) of methamphetamine. Chavez, who proclaimed himself to be the leader of the Barrio San Rafael street gang, has a 19 year criminal history, including five prior felony convictions. He was on felony probation when he sold the methamphetamine. 

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