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Bakersfield man pleads guilty to methamphetamine possession charge | News

A Bakersfield man has been found guilty of possessing methamphetamine on Monday in an attempt to distribute it, according to a Justice Department news release.

Louis Torres, a 37-year-old Bakersfield player, is expected to be sentenced on August 8, according to U.S. Attorney General Phillip A. Talbert.

On July 23, 2021, Torres was driving a vehicle in Bakersfield that was stopped by police officers for traffic violations, according to court documents. After getting out of his vehicle, Torres fled on foot, but was apprehended and apprehended by police.

After his arrest, police found that he had methamphetamine and heroin that Torres intended to distribute to others. At the time of his arrest, Torres was in active custody in court for a robbery conviction and his driver’s license was suspended.

Torres faces up to five years in prison and up to 40 years in prison and a $ 5 million fine in his trial.

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