64-Year-Old from Brownsville Receives Life Sentence for Smuggling Meth in the U.S.
BROWNSVILLE – A life sentence was handed down Tuesday for an admitted meth dealer from Brownsville.
Sixty-four-year-old Roberto Rosales, Jr. pled guilty 11 months ago. He admitted to smuggling methamphetamine into the U.S. from Mexico, then shipping it across the country.
On Tuesday, a judge citing Rosales’ age and record as reasons for his punishment.
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