Family delivered, dealt cocaine in GJ area, authorities allege

Federico Lerma



LERMA_Federico

Federico Lerma

A Grand Junction family of four has been arrested in connection with what a prosecutor said was a large cocaine-distribution ring that regularly brought more than 2 pounds of the drug into the…




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This is precisely what happens when we allow illegal aliens to flood the borders and then allow them to remain.  The worst part is that if they receive any incarceration at all (doubtful) it will be at the expense of the taxpayers they have already abused.

To the idiot who responded, you may not think that illegal aliens are a problem - obviously you have never been in southern California or paid any taxes.  I would surmise that 100% of that cocaine was NOT grown in the USA, and not carried into the country by “white” people. No one that I know of has a problem with hispanics who are here legally, but they have a lot of problem with the rainbow that are here illegally living off of the taxpayers.

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