COCAINE, METH ALLEGEDLY SOLD AT FOOD TRUCKS
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.