19-year-old Tony Alvarez faces up to 10 years in prison, a $250,000 fine, and a lifetime of supervised release.
u.s. attorney's office
Undercover Lubbock police officers found that Cuellar had downloaded child pornography on the internet of children as young as six-years-old using the peer-to-peer sharing program Limewire.
Herschel A. Breig and James Cheek pleaded guilty in February 2012 to one count of failure to pay over payroll taxes and aiding and abetting.
Dr. Larry Gene Devitt, who once served as the superintendent of the Ira Independent School District, pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of mail fraud before U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings.
The 23-count indictment was returned by a federal grand jury in Amarillo Tuesday morning, and charges eight people with substantive felony drug offenses.
Delarosa was convicted on one count of misapplication of bank funds by a bank employee, one count of fraud in connection with an access device, and one count of making false statements.
They provided false W-2 forms, which contained fabricated employers’ names and amounts of tax withholdings, and those fake documents were submitted to tax preparers.
Two purchased methamphetamine at an auto parts store in Levelland, and two sold the drug in Levelland and Lubbock.
The group is believed to have sent more than 120 Express Mail packages of marijuana from at least five different post office stations in Arlington. Authorities say the packages weighed an average of 12 pounds per parcel.
According to court documents, Lira posted an internet ad at Craigslist.com in the personal category “men seeking men” titled “looking for a son.”