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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of Oregon

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Methamphetamine Distribution Conspirators Sentenced

EUGENE, Ore. – Raymundo Felix-Rodriguez, 42, of Lane County, Oregon, was sentenced today by U.S. District Court Chief Judge Ann Aiken to serve 97 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.  Following his release from prison, Felix-Rodriguez will be on supervised release for five years.  On December 18, 2014, co-conspirator Samuel Sanchez-Campa was sentenced to 57 months in prison, and on September 4, 2014, co-conspirator Angela Luna-Guillen was sentenced to 24 months in prison.

A long-term investigation by the DEA revealed that Felix-Rodriguez sold  methamphetamine to Sanchez-Campa and others, who then resold the methamphetamine.  Luna-Guillen facilitated the conspiracy by storing methamphetamine and transferring drug proceeds.   In 2011, a DEA undercover agent purchased methamphetamine from Felix-Rodriguez on multiple occasions, and ultimately determined that Felix-Rodriguez bought methamphetamine in California and drove it back to Oregon.

On January 8, 2012, Felix-Rodriguez was driving to Oregon when he was stopped in Redding, California.  The vehicle was searched and approximately three pounds of methamphetamine were located, leading to his arrest.  Sanchez-Campa and Luna-Guillen were  later charged and arrested.

This case was investigated by the Eugene Resident Office of the DEA.  Assistant U.S. Attorneys Jeffrey Sweet and Amy Potter prosecuted the case.

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Drug Trafficking
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Updated May 19, 2015