Friday, September 18, 2020

Cesar Alzuarte-Rodriguez pulls 35 years as meth kingpin

Alzuarte and others were busted with 248 pounds of meth, more than $275k, and 10 firearms.
Cesar Alzuarte-Rodriguez, 43, an illegal felon from Mexico, has been sentenced to serve a federal prison term of 420 months for conspiracy to distribute meth and spearheading a multi-state drug trafficking ring. 23 have bought a collective total sentence of 168 years in prison.

Alzuarte was the head of an organization that imported meth from Mexico through Arizona, Colorado, and California. The organization maintained houses in Oklahoma City where meth was stored for distribution.