KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City man who has sold methamphetamine to undercover police officers on multiple occasions has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, said U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom.
Andres Martinez, 20, of Kansas City, Mo., pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts of drug trafficking in interstate commerce and three counts of distributing methamphetamine.
In addition to serving 10 years, Martinez was ordered to forfeit $8,400 and two vehicles used during the crimes.
During his plea, Martinez admitted that he sold $2,400 worth of meth to an undercover agent at the Lawrence I-70 service center on May 27. On June 14, he sold $2,400 more worth of meth to another undercover agent at the same service center.
On July 14, he sold $3,600 worth of meth to an undercover agent at a gas station at 27th and California streets in Topeka. On Aug. 5, he sold $1,200 worth of meth at a Burger King at 28th and California streets in Topeka.