A Selma man was sentenced Tuesday to five years and 10 months in prison for methamphetamine trafficking, U.S. Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner said.
According to court documents, Victor Torres, 28, pleaded guilty to methamphetamine trafficking conspiracy that spanned from May 2012 through December 2012.
Wagner said that in June 2012 wiretap information led investigators to stop a vehicle in which Torres was a passenger. Approximately one pound of methamphetamine was found in the vehicle.
In December 2012, a search warrant was executed at Torres's Selma home, Wagner said, and about two ounces of methamphetamine were found.
Co-defendant Daniel Ochoa, 36, of Fresno was sentenced to 55 months in prison, Wagner said
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