Two Plead Guilty in Phoenix Cocaine Trafficking Case

Posted on Jun 02, 2012

Regino Serrano-Cosio and Felix Angulo-Parra pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute at a US District Court in Phoenix in early May this year. Angulo-Parra owned K&A Transportation, and Serrano-Cosio was a truck driver with the company. The pair has been accused in this case of using the trucking company to transport drugs. 

The DEA and police officers from several departments were involved in the investigation that led to the arrest. According to officials in the case, Serrano-Cosio was found by police on September 28th while attempting to hide bags of cocaine in a speaker cover in his truck. Angulo-Parra was also present at the time. The pair allegedly planned to transport the cocaine from Arizona to Pennsylvania. 

In all, officials say they found about 46 pounds of cocaine in the arrest, which was worth a total of about $483,000. Both men could face life in prison and millions of dollars in fines. Serrano-Cosio will be sentenced on August 6th this year, and Angulo-Parra will be sentenced on July 23rd

The state of Arizona takes drug crimes very seriously. If convicted of a drug crime in Arizona, you could face prison time, steep fines, years of probation, and a felony record. If you have been arrested for drug possession or drug trafficking in Arizona, don’t let it ruin your life. Speak with an experienced Phoenix drug lawyer as soon as possible to talk about your rights and further options. Just give the Phoenix criminal defense attorneys with Curry, Pearson & Wooten a call today to get started.

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