Florida Man Sentenced for Oxycodone Trafficking Conspiracy
Portland, Maine: United States Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II announced today that
Steven Jimenez, 30, of Melbourne, Florida, was sentenced today by Judge Nancy Torresen in
U.S. District Court in Portland to 10 years in prison for conspiring to distribute and possess with
intent to distribute oxycodone. The sentence was imposed following Jimenez’s guilty plea
entered in May 2012.
According to the Government’s evidence, Jimenez mailed approximately 36 packages
containing Oxycodone pills from Florida to a co-conspirator in Maine over a several month
period. The co-conspirator would then further distribute the Oxycodone pills in Maine. The
total number of Oxycodone pills that Jimenez mailed from Florida to Maine exceeded 3,000.
United States Attorney Delahanty said that the success of this case is based on the
cooperative investigative efforts of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the United States
Postal Inspection Service and the Palm Bay, Florida Police Department.
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