Two sentenced to federal jail for working conversion meth lab in San Jose

SAN JOSE — Two males who operated a clandestine laboratory designed to transform liquidized methamphetamine right into a crystalized kind have been sentenced to multi-year stints in federal jail, courtroom information present.

Mario Orozco was sentenced to 5 years in federal jail, whereas Teodoro Ayon-Ramos was given a four-year, three-month jail time period. The sentences have been handed down by U.S. District Choose Edward Davila, courtroom information present.

Each males have been indicted in late 2020, and have been out of jail whereas their instances have been pending. Davila gave Ayon-Ramos till June 20 to show himself into jail, and Orozco has till July 5, based on the sentencing papers.

Ayon-Ramos’ lawyer wrote in courtroom papers that his consumer had hoped to lift cash for an ailing father who suffered from most cancers, however added, “Mr. Ramos will not be contending that his motive makes him much less responsible of his crime.” Orozco’s lawyer described him in courtroom papers as remorseful and “a hardworking household man, who’s selfless, loyal, and devoted to his household and associates.”

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