Crime

Ramon Chavez, Gabriel Farias-Chavez accused in 50 lb. per month meth ring using car batteries

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has announced the bust of an alleged nine-member drug ring, in which suspects such as Ramon Chavez and Gabriel Farias-Chavez are said to have transported up to fifty pounds of meth per month from Mexico into Colorado. Their storage container of choice? Working car batteries. Photos below.
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