Two Blythe Men Arrested on Federal Indictment Warrants for Meth Sales

BLYTHE- Two Blythe men were in custody today on federal warrants for suspected meth sales and are awaiting extradition to the state of Wyoming.

Francisco Felix, 37, and Angelo Reyes, 50, were arrested about 1 p.m. Thursday by sheriff’s deputies from the Blythe Narcotic Enforcement and the Riverside Sheriff’s Fugitive Warrant Enforcement teams, said sheriff’s Sgt. Michael Carroll.

Both men were booked into the Blythe jail on federal indictment warrants filed for alleged conspiracy and distribution of methamphetamine, Carroll said.

The investigation that led to the arrests was conducted by the sheriff’s department, DEA from the Palm Spring and Lake Havasu regions, the Mojave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Task Force and the Blythe Police Department.

2 Responses to " Two Blythe Men Arrested on Federal Indictment Warrants for Meth Sales"

  1. Terrier jo   July 13, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    Why is Francisco Feliz out of custody and angelo Reyes can’t get out before court on the 19th of july 2017

    • Terrie jo   July 13, 2017 at 5:03 pm

      Francisco Felix is not in custody . Angelo reyes can not be bailed out , so how and why is Francisco Felix out of custody


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