CO­CAINE, METH AL­LEGEDLY SOLD AT FOOD TRUCKS

The Denver Post - - NEWS -

Ten al­leged drug-ring mem­bers — sus­pected of sell­ing co­caine and metham­phetamine in bars, from food trucks and on the streets of Den­ver and Aurora — have been ar­rested.

The sus­pects face felony charges in Ara­pa­hoe District Court, in­clud­ing or­ga­nized crime con­spir­acy, rack­e­teer­ing and pos­ses­sion of con­trolled sub­stances with in­tent to dis­trib­ute, ac­cord­ing to the Ara­pa­hoe County district at­tor­ney’s of­fice.

The year-long in­ves­ti­ga­tion ul­ti­mately led to the ar­rests of the sus­pects by more than 30 lo­cal, state and fed­eral law en­force­ment of­fi­cers ex­e­cut­ing war­rants at var­i­ous lo­ca­tions.

Those ar­rested are Hugo Ruiz-Her­nan­dez, 52, of Aurora; Alberto Mo­rales Ramirez, 39, of Aurora; Jose Gama-Bar­ron, 37, of Aurora; Nayeli Madri­gal-Estrada, 28, of Den­ver; Ciri­aco Arel­lano-Re­bol­lar, 28, of Den­ver; Os­car Fierro, 36, of Ar­vada; Ar­mando Arel­lano-Re­bol­lar, 23, of Aurora; Raul Arel­lano-Re­bol­lar, 25, of Den­ver; Rafael Bar­rios-Martinez, 36, of Den­ver; and Juan Che­vere-Che­vere, 31, of Aurora.

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