Valley Brothers Convicted in Cocaine Trafficking Case
WESLACO – An Alamo man was convicted of conspiring to distribute cocaine.
Jaime Valente Pina Jr., 24, was convicted Monday by a Michigan jury on cocaine trafficking charges.
He and his brother, Angel Pina, allegedly supplied the cocaine to a man in Michigan.
Angel is also from the Rio Grande Valley. He pleaded guilty before trial and is set to be sentenced next month.
Jaime is set to be sentenced in August.
Both men face a maximum of 20 years behind bars.
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