Comments Off on California Highway Patrol seizes 22 pounds of crystal Methamphetamine on Highway 99; Alejandro Angel Guerrero, 30, arrested

A routine enforcement stop along Highway 99 in the Madera County corridor resulted in the arrest of a Stockton man found to be in possession of 22 pounds of crystal meth.

Thirty-year-old Alejandro Angel Guerrero remained behind bars last week following his arrest Oct. 22.

According to the Madera County Narcotic Enforcement Team, a California Highway Patrol officer, was called out to a traffic stop on northbound Highway 99 near Avenue 24.

According to officials, the highway has become a major thoroughfare for drug trafficking.

Inside the vehicle, officers found 22 pounds of methamphetamine with a street value of $220,000.

The driver was taken into custody and booked at Madera County Department of Corrections.


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