Florence, AZ – Bassell Urrea-Valenzuela, 37, was sentenced last Wednesday to nine years in prison for possession of methamphetamine for sale and weapons violations.
“I am proud of law enforcement, our prosecutors and the courts for protecting our families by getting those that sell poison like methamphetamine off of our streets,” said James P. Walsh, Pinal County Attorney and Pinal County Substance Abuse Council Chairman. “The Casa Grande Police Department worked hard to put together a good case against this criminal.”
Urrea was arrested in Casa Grande on Sept. 29, 2010 in possession of methamphetamine for sale. By April 25, 2012 a Pinal County Grand Jury indicted him on numerous counts of methamphetamine for sale, class 2 felonies, misconduct involving weapons, which included a gun, a crossbow and a sword, class 4 felonies and resisting arrest, a class 6 felony.
He pled guilty to a total of five felony charges ranging from a class 2 to a class 6 felony and was sentenced to 9 years in DOC.
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