1 of 4 charged in state's largest meth seizure pleads guilty

1 of 4 charged in state's largest meth seizure pleads guilty Photo: Rice County Sheriff's Office

April 24, 2019 03:23 PM

One of the four men indicted in what is believed to be the state's largest meth seizure was sentenced Wednesday, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney's Office.

The release said Fernando Ramos-Meza pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.


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U.S. Attorney indicts 4 in connection to what is believed to be largest single meth seizure in state history

Peter Martin, Javier Lopez-Lopez and Juan Daniel Valdez-Mendoza were also indicted in connection to the seizure. 

The attorney's office said law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at Ramos-Meza's home in North Minneapolis in 2018, where they found approximately 191 pounds of meth.

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