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Two men jailed for sale of meth
June 17, 2017
BLYTHE, Calif – On Thursday, June 15, at about 1:00 p.m., members of the Blythe Narcotic Enforcement Team (BNET) and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Fugitive Warrant Enforcement Team (FWET) arrested Francisco Felix (age 37) and Angelo Reyes (age 50) both of Blythe. Both men were booked into the Blythe Jail on federal indictment warrants for Conspiracy and Distribution of Methamphetamine.
Both subjects are currently awaiting extradition to Wyoming. This investigation was the result of a collaborative effort between the Riverside Sheriff’s Department (BNET; FWET), the Drug Enforcement Agency (Palm Springs and Lake Havasu regions), the Mojave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Task Force (MAGNET), and the Blythe Police Department.
Anyone with additional information is encouraged to contact the Colorado River Station, 760-921-7900.
Persons charged with a crime are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
BNET is a multi-agency narcotic task force participated in by law enforcement agencies in the Blythe, Palo Verde Valley area. BNET's primary mission is to disrupt narcotic sales and diminish the availability of those drugs, thereby increasing public safety. Citizens are encouraged to report drug activity or information that could lead into the arrest of subjects involved with any criminal activity. Call the Colorado River Station at 760-921-7900 or the Blythe Police Department at 760-922-6111.
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