A 36-year outdated man, who was on parole for drug offense, was sentenced to 24 years in jail for promoting heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana to undercover brokers in Jefferson County.
Jorge Alberto Lopez was sentenced Friday following his conviction for possession with intent to promote massive quantities of medication, based on a information launch from the First Judicial District Lawyer’s Workplace.
Undercover brokers from the West Metro Drug Activity Pressure purchased medication throughout stings on two events in March of 2018, the information launch stated.
When investigators executed a search warrant at his dwelling they seized 1,300 grams of methamphetamine, which has a road worth of roughly $16,000.
In addition they seized two weapons. Lopez pleaded responsible on Could eight to the drug cost, the information launch stated.
Lopez has 5 prior felony convictions, most of them are drug-related.