One of the largest seizures of the highly potent intoxicants in Missouri happened when an 18-year-old man was taken into custody by the authorities.
Federal prosecutors said that a man was arrested this week traveling with more than 22 pounds of narcotics, and it is one of the largest seizures of the highly effective intoxicants in Missouri, United States.
Eighteen-year-old Daniel Cervantes Felix, of Maricopa, Arizona, has been charged by the authorities for possession with intent to distribute narcotics. In the online court files, the 18-year-old Daniel Cervantes Felix has no lawyer.
A criminal complaint stated that detectives think he was bringing the narcotics to New York when the officials stopped him on Monday on Interstate 44.
U.S. Attorney Jeff Jensen stated in a statement that it was the second-largest apprehending of intoxicants in the eastern half of the state.
‘This amounts to millions of lots of narcotics is enough to destroy or end the lives of hundreds of thousands of Missourians,’ U.S. Attorney Jeff Jensen said.
The officials have not released further information about the case as the investigation of the matter is undergoing.
A Kansas man has also pleaded guilty to narcotics trafficking in federal court on Wednesday.
The Office of the United States Attorney Western District of Missouri stated that 67-year-old Robert Lucious Toney pleaded guilty to one count of dealing intoxicants, one count of possessing narcotics with the intent to distribute, and one count of crossing state lines in support of a racketeering enterprise.