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Thursday, February 17, 2022

Las Vegas, Nevada: Mexican Woman Jailed On Drug Trafficking Charges After Police Find Meth

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

A Mexican woman was caught driving from Las Vegas to Denver on Tuesday with more than 7,000 grams of meth in the vehicle, according to an arrest report.

A Mexican woman is accused of driving from Las Vegas to Denver this week with more than 7,000 grams of meth in the vehicle, according to an arrest report.

Jesus Aldana-Felix, 41, was arrested and jailed on one count of attempting to sell a controlled substance, trafficking more than 400 grams of a controlled substance and conspiracy to violate the Uniform Controlled Substance Act, according to an arrest report from the Metropolitan Police Department released Wednesday.

Aldana-Felix was pulled over at 7:50 p.m. Tuesday on Interstate 15 in North Las Vegas after police said she was swerving across lanes. The woman told police it was not her car, but declined to say whose it was.

Aldana-Felix told police in Spanish that she was traveling from Las Vegas to Denver, and then planning to visit Pheonix before returning to her home in Sinaloa, Mexico.

A drug dog that inspected the car did not find anything suspicious, but when officers inspected the trunk, the report indicates, they found a cardboard box and a brick-shaped package wrapped in electrical tape.

“Aldana-Felix became extremely nervous and began staring at detectives while the search was conducted,” according to the arrest report.

Both containers were filled with meth, police said, which totaled 7,020 grams, or 15.5 pounds.

Aldana-Felix is being held on $100,000 bail.

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33 comments:

  1. Amateur high on supply. Maybe she knows more professionally working movers. She could be ok snitch. Bad mule.

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    1. She definitely doesn't look happy.

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    2. That mandatory minimum on this is 10 years but her guidelines are probably 180 months for 7 kilos. She might just sing.

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    1. O yay!! Too bad they only catch about .0001% of all drugs crossing the border. Lol why a dumb comment with no weight.

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    2. Unkown twerp something is better than nothing.

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  3. Jesus...? That’s not a woman... that’s a man... lol

    -Holden D. Cash

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  4. Damn! Poor thing! Kods stay in school! There's no future in the dope bizness!

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    1. The movies glamorize this business to be successful. Many youths adore them.
      Until they grow up!

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  5. Loading drugs in the trunk of a car that's driven by an illegal immigrant......what a rookie move 😱😱😱

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    1. Supposedly she caught police attention, because she was driving erractilly.

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    2. Did the article say illegal immigrant? Fake news

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  6. So hard to find good help nowadays she doesn't believe in Covid she's not wearing a mask.no social distancing.

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  7. Wonder why the dope dog didn’t catch it.

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    1. There are quite a few ways to cover, even have special type of paper, the chemistry of disguise is way over my head. Also most important, not all dope dogs are 100% and their nose and temperament are not created equal. Some are 100% others only 10%. There was one(border dog) that I read about that caught so many on a continual basis that a cartel put a reward out for his death?

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    2. Mijo it did say it in the article....bricks taped up.

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    3. Stop speaking what you obviously don't know. The tape doesn't mask the scent.

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    4. 10:10 you dork, re read the article, don't pass the part, that says tape. You're the same one that jumps the gun. Dios mio.

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    5. 1:17 the Door dog was not in the mood.

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  8. So she's got 15 lbs. Next story has a guy arrested for 6,000 lbs. She'll probably get a harsher sentence.

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  9. OS, but 2.14.2022, one half ton of Meth and Fentanyl found in RV trying to enter USA thru Lukeville POE. This may have come from Puerto Penasco,Sonora, area controlled by Mayo's affiliates. Driver was 47 year old white male. Probably on it's way to Phoenix. This is a big load. Olson family may be involved as well, in conjunction with the Canadians, who have set up shop in Phoenix.

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    1. I tell Canada girl to stop sending Canadians to Mexico. They stand out and get killed.

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  10. She smoked part of the delivery 😂

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  11. She looks similar to Canada girl.

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  12. That lady does look like she uses drugs.

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