CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A drug trafficker who tried to hide his stash of methamphetamines is facing life in prison, officials announced Tuesday.
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According to a press release from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Sean Graham, 57, of Corpus Christi, pleaded guilty to drug trafficking-related charges on Monday.
This all came after an investigation started on March 17 when authorities found him at a local restaurant. ICE investigators said, “he appeared nervous and soon admitted he had methamphetamines in his truck.”
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Law enforcement officials then searched his truck and found several bags with about 80 grams of meth. However, officials then got a search warrant for Graham’s home, where they found an additional 100 grams of meth, some of which “was located inside an air freshener.”
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Graham is expected to be sentenced on July 24, but faces life in prison and a possible $10 million fine for “possession with intent to distribute more than 180 grams of methamphetamines.”
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