RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) Authorities say a Mexican man suspected of getting hyperlinks to worldwide drug traffickers has been indicted on expenses associated to a methamphetamine lab found within the Southern California desert.
The U.S. Lawyer’s Workplace stated Wednesday that Adrian Ulises Garcia-Ruiz was arrested final month at Dallas/Fort Value Worldwide Airport. The 37-yr-previous is predicted to be transferred for arraignment in Riverside, California. It wasn’t instantly recognized if he has an lawyer.
Prosecutors say the native of Michoacán, Mexico, provided liquid methamphetamine that was become crystal meth on the lab in San Bernardino County east of Los Angeles.
Garcia-Ruiz and an alleged co-conspirator have been each charged within the indictment with a number of costs together with conspiracy to fabricate methamphetamine.
He might resist life in jail if convicted on all costs.