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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Mexican drug dealer who dealt cocaine in Tigard area sentenced to prison |

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Mexican drug dealer who dealt cocaine in Tigard area sentenced to prison | "sentenced a Mexican cocaine dealer who had worked the Tigard area to 20 years in prison.
U.S. District Judge Robert E. Jones sent up 36-year-old Javier Avila-Aguilar, who was found guilty in a jury trial last October of possession with the intent to distribute the drug. Avila-Aguilar faces a three-year term of supervised release after his prison term, must forfeit more than $8,000 in cash and bank funds seized from him, and will be deported. Police began investigating Avila-Aguilar in August 2007, after Portland police learned about a group of Hispanic men selling powdered cocaine in the Tigard area. Investigators rolled up one of the men as a confidential informant and got him to buy cocaine from the dealers on three occasions, court records show. When they arrested Avila-Aguilar and searched his truck, they found 139.4 grams of cocaine hidden behind a passenger-side heating vent, according to a government sentencing memorandum"

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