MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A federal indictment has charged four people with multiple drug-trafficking violations after packaged methamphetamine totaling 191 pounds was seized from a North Minneapolis home.

Fernando Ramos-Meza, 33, of Minneapolis; Peter Martin, 34, of Minneapolis; Javier Lopez-Lopez, 46, of Minneapolis; and Juan Daniel Valdez-Mendoza, 23, of Kansas City, Kansas, were each charged with several drug-trafficking violations. Martin was also charged with possession of an unregistered firearm.

According to charging documents, officers executed a search warrant at a residence in North Minneapolis, where they found several items of contraband, a 12-gauge, sawed-off pump shotgun and the methamphetamine.

The defendants are currently in custody and were each previously charged in early October.

  1. It’s all about the Meth, Wait until Ellingson gets going and make this a non-crime for blacks. He will also make it so employers cannot ask about a criminal past or do drug testing.

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