Several Arrested After Drug Trafficking Arrest

The U.S Attorney of the Northern District of Texas, Erin Neely Cox says eleven alleged drug traffickers have been arrested and charged in Amarillo,

The defendants who allegedly conspired to deal with hundreds of grams of methamphetamine and cocaine were arrested on Tuesday, Jan. 5 in a bust that was led by the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Amarillo Resident Office.

During the operation, law enforcement seized more than 25 guns as well as kilogram quantities of drugs and U.S. currency.

The majority of the defendants made their initial appearance Wednesday morning before U.S. Magistrate Judge Lee Ann Reno.

Christopher David Bell: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Randall Emery Bull: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Summer Nichole Wilcox: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, possession with intent to distribute
methamphetamine

Arizona Michelle Wood: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine, unlawful use of a communications facility

Ruben Gomez-Bastida: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Sergio Segovia: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Jimmy Pancheco: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine

Julia Annette Machado: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Katreyna Ann Betancourt: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Brenda Joynce Monroe: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine

Billy Loy Holliday: conspiracy to distribute controlled substances



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