Pasco Man Doing Federal Time for ‘Breaking Bad’ Crimes
A Pasco man has been sentenced to 18 years in federal prison.
He was convicted of conspiracy to distribute meth, cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl. He was also convicted of money laundering. 24-year-old Braulio Jiminez had pleaded guilty back in May of this year.
This guy was bad news, having sold over $6,000,000 worth of drugs according to his ledgers that were found at his residence. Among other damning items found at his residence by police were 40 pounds of heroin, 23 pounds of meth, 4 pounds of cocaine, $170,000 in cash, an AR-15 among other weapons, and nearly 20,000 pills laced with fentanyl. Court records also noted a dog named "Kilo" at the residence.
Officers executed their search after the suspect made a delivery of nearly $1,000,000 worth of drugs to undercover agents.
It's worth noting how many departments worked on this case including the Richland Police Department, Kennewick Police Department, Pasco Police Department, Benton County Sherrif's Office, Cross Border Violence Task Force out of San Diego, & the FBI's Safe Streets Task Force in Tri-Cities.