Three of Four Men Convicted of Meth Distribution Sentenced to Prison


Three out of four defendants who distributed meth to people in Wichita Falls were sentenced in federal court today.
38-year-old Jackie Eugene Clayton was sentenced to 235 months or nearly 20 years in federal prison, 53-year-old Juan Carlos Lopez was sentenced to 100 months,  and 45-year-old Rudy Roman Ramirez was sentenced to 135 months.

A fourth defendant, Leonardo Tello, is scheduled to be sentenced in late June.

According to the investigation by DPS, the Wichita County district attorney's office, and ATF, from December 2014 through December 3rd of 2015, Clayton would distribute varied amounts of meth to Ramirez and Lopez in Wichita Falls.

Court documents also show Ramirez would get meth from Tello as well.  In all more than $75 thousand dollars in drug proceeds were identified.


 


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