Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Denton, Texas: 600 Pounds of Liquid Meth found during Traffic Stop

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: DentonRc / dfwcbs
                      Adan Murga-Alvarez, 29, booked into Denton, Texas jailon a  $500,000 bond

Denton Police have arrested and charged a man with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance following the seizure of 596.3 pounds of liquid methamphetamine. An investigative unit of the Denton Police Department seized 596.3 pounds of liquid methamphetamine in a traffic stop Thursday, leading to one arrest, according to a news release.

The driver, Adan Murga-Alvarez, 29, was arrested for manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance over 400 grams, a first-degree felony, and is currently in the Denton City Jail, where he is being held on a $500,000 bond.

At 4:39 p.m. Thursday, police pulled over a black GMC Envoy traveling southbound on Interstate 35E just north of North Texas Boulevard for a broken passenger brake light on the suspicion it could be transporting drugs, said Khristen Jones, spokeswoman for the police.


The driver seemed nervous, and a police canine was walked around and sniffed the car,  alerting officers to drugs in the vehicle. There were 12 large containers of the drug in the car, varying from 41.3 to 53.9 pounds each. A field test at the scene tested positive for methamphetamine.

Detectives searched the vehicle and located 12 plastic containers inside the vehicle.

Each contained a liquid substance that was starting to crystalize.     "Atta Boy!''

One container was tested with a field test kit and yielded a positive result for methamphetamine.

The driver, Adan Murga-Alvarez, 29, was booked into the Denton City Jail where he is currently being held on a $500,000 bond.
If found guilty, Murga-Alvarez could face between five to 99 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

25 comments:

  1. Bury him beneath the prison after his sentence.

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    1. Wow, you seem pretty hostile towards someone who is most likely just a low level mule. Did one of your loved ones get hooked on meth?

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    2. Nope, shit is pure poison, flooding our country, creating human wreckage in its wake. Purveyors up and down the food chain need to feel the full weight of justice, like this f-tard has coming. No sympathy for evil.

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  2. 100% sure he was under surveillance.

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  3. He was about to flood Dallas/ft.worth with that funky

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  4. All meth dealers should get life no parole. How many lives does that drug destroy?

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    1. I beg to differ, it's time we as a society hold users more accountable. Why are users always the victims. In nature there is "survival of the fittest" and this in the human form. I am not unscathed by drug epidemic (violence and stealing) but never has it been a seller. Fast food also is not good for you but its an option; those corporations make billions and no one puts them in prison.

      I don't like drugs let's be clear and I don't have solution either, but it's not life terms to all traffickers.

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    2. No one is forcing anyone to take meth.

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    3. @ 536 Never said users are forced to do it.

      Regardless, takes a pretty sociopathic person to sell that poison. If you are going to sell meth not caring what it does to users for money then hey why should society care what happens to you? Clearly dealers don't care what happens to ppl as long as they are making money

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    4. There are reasons to have a government, public health is one of them, and addictions fuel crime, mainly addiction to money, some 9n the US will take money for nothing, but the russians will always make sure they get their money's worth of treason

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    5. You can choose not to buy illegal weapons in mexico.

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  5. The feds are definitely picking up that case

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  6. So in the Land of the free, traffic stops are done with k9 support. Who should belive this? Tell me more Christmas story’s.

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    1. Unless you practice in criminal law or read up on well settled law, then you know the Supreme Court allows pretext stops so long as there is a valid justification for the initial stop, ie, traffic violations. A free air sniff by a dog is not an unreasonable search unless the delay is considered unreasonable. Any good defense attorney will attack the stop and search, but I smell toast.

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  7. Intersting that this load was southbound (towards Mexico) and not the other direction. Then everyone wants us to believe all the drugs are flooding in from Mexico and a wall is the magic cure. The misinformed eat up the fake news and hype

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    1. 1251 you did not read the article clearly, instead you through a monkey wrench into it and twist it. It was manufactured in the US and was headed to a safe house in US. It never said it was headed to Mexico. Lol.

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    2. 7:18 "Threw" a monkey wrench, I hope it hit you on the head...

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  8. Those dogs are BS, they'll signal for anything. I've been pulled over before and they though there was drugs in the car that had the K9 walk around and he was signaling around the whole care. They searched the whole car and didn't find nothing. But they where still convinced. So they had state troopers roll up and literally tear up the inside panels and and interior and nothing. And who got stuck with a fucked up car after? All the clips where broken my car was literally trashed for nothing. And all I was told was to be on my way after. There was over couple thousand in damages that I had to pay out my pocket. I tried to sue and it was thrown out.

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    1. 4:35 next time take the bus
      Y no andes ahi de caliente "en carro"

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    2. Must of been the blunt you smoked in the vehicle the week prior.

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    3. No ande fumando chingadera en su carro pues pinche Mariguano o no ande con amigos que se drogan en la peda adentro de su carro, el perro no le ladraba así nomás

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    4. Seems like u drove by Riviera tx? lol exact same thing happened to me buddy

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  9. $500,000 bond or that much meth? Doesn't seem right.

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