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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Eugene, Oregon: Drug Dealing Couple Sentenced To Federal Prison After Drug Buyer Dies Of Overdose

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

A Yoncalla-area husband and wife who were linked to the overdose death of a man they had sold drugs to for over a year were sentenced to federal prison today, according to the Oregon District of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

According to court documents, in May 2018 detectives from the Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team learned that a man had recently been released from a residential drug treatment program, and had visited the home of Brian Joseph Ramos, 49, and Christine Marie Ramos, 41, both of Yoncalla. 

Officials said that later the same day, the man passed away from fentanyl poisoning. Officials said officers interviewed the Ramoses, who confirmed the man had visited them but denied giving him drugs. Authorities said Christine Ramos admitted to selling the man drugs for up to two years prior, stopped at one point when she learned he was injecting the drugs she gave him, but eventually resumed.

Detectives said they searched the Ramoses’ home and found several dozen grams of methamphetamine, 260 pills, drug paraphernalia, and digital scales. They also said they found fentanyl pills in the Ramoses’ vehicles, and evidence recovered from Brian Ramos’ phone that showed he had in fact sold a pill to the man who passed away from an overdose.

Authorities said that in August 2018 the couple was charged with conspiring with one another to possess with intent to distribute drugs, and on March 29, 2021 both waived indictment and pleaded guilty. On November 29, 2022, Christine Ramos was sentenced to four years and three months in federal prison, and Brian Ramos was sentenced to five years and ten months in federal prison. Both will serve five years of probation after their stay in prison.

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20 comments:

  1. And the fent goes on da da da da ūü§¶‍♂️

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  2. Gee, I wonder what drug..

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  3. Weak ass sentences for a couple of premeditated murderers….but of course the boys here that never left their mamas computer will not bitch about our US justice system like they arm chair Mexico judicial and executive branch issues.

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    1. 8:39 how did you know I am using my mom's computer? I am in the basement and I get privacy, to see videos from the underground. Gory sites too. My mom said I should exercise, because I sit for hours on the computer.

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    2. 8:39 mamas computer? For real? This isn’t the 1990s, 2000s! It’s 2022, these keyboard warriors are on their iPhones! Lol are they on ibm or Macintosh ūü§£! Where’s the Time Machine at 8:39!

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    3. 10:07 Yes we know what year it is.
      Yes more reals many still use computers at home. You think everyone can afford an iPhone, they are over fkn priced.
      Cholito Salinas still uses a potatoe cell phone, that is stuck on Capitals. Buy him a phone dude.

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    4. Dude that’s on them they wanna get high nobody puts a gun to there heads to get high

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    5. His moms got a computer ? We been using her for other things as well .She really doesnt seem to be the computer type .

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  4. Drugs come to USA illegally, the couple in the article get arrested for his death,they did not force him to overdose how could it be their fault.

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    1. It depends if he knew what he was buying. If they sold him one drug when it was supposed to be another drug then yea it’s their fault. This isn’t that logically complicated.

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    2. Unless it's a minor.Then all drug dealers should be charged no matter what the drug is.

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    3. Once pushers know where the money, they ain't no stopping the flow, till Deat do them part.

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  5. I’m sitting here in Jack in the Box waiting for my food and have already heard multiple commercials on the radio about fentanyl.. Shit is like a tsunami on this country.

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  6. Drug possession in oregon is a ticket you don’t get arrested. I spent some time around oregon last month lot of homeless people cracked out their mind

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    1. “I spent some time around oregon last month lot of homeless people cracked out their mind”

      That’s literally almost any American city since the past 2 years.

      People act like junkies and homeless being everywhere is proof that decriminalization in Oregon doesn’t help or even is “bad” even though the same trend has been rising all over the country. Has nothing to do with Oregon’s law and every nuanced person knows that decriminalization alone doesn’t go far enough and doesn’t solve the main issues of the drug problem/war.

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  7. Never thought my hometown would end up on bb. Not surprising though

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    1. Welcome to the club, I never thought my hometown of Tijuana would make it on BB either.

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    2. I too never thought the crime that ocular in Jerez Zacatecas would make it on B.B.

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    3. Glenn Michael Solomon of AB controls this territory.

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