Detectives with the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office confiscated 62 grams of cocaine and 2.37 grams of methamphetamine during an undercover drug operation Tuesday evening. The undercover operation was initiated after receiving information that 23 year old Mateo Serna Guitierrez, from Dotsero, may be selling cocaine. During the ensuing investigation detectives located Serna Guitierrez in a parking lot in Gypsum. He was in a vehicle driven by 24 year old Jesus Lorenzo Gonzalez Payan, from Mexico. Detectives say Payan got out of the car and approached 30-year old Miguel Delgado-Martinez, from Mexico, for what appeared to be a drug exchange. When detectives contacted Delgado-Martinez he had cocaine on him. Payan had the cash given to him during the undercover operation. More cocaine was located in the vehicle driven by Delgado-Martinez. When detectives contacted Serna Guitierrez he was in the process of smoking methamphetamines. He also had methamphetamines in his wallet. Serna Guitierrez had arrest warrants out of Eagle and Garfield Counties for Failure to Comply. Delgado-Martinez had a Failure to Appear warrant out of Eagle County and was recently released from prison for charges of Re-Entry After Deportation. All three suspects were booked into the Eagle County Detention Facility on Conspiracy to Commit a Class 3 Felony, Distribution of Cocaine, and Possession of Cocaine. Serna Guitierrez received an additional charge of Possession of Methamphetamine.
Eagle County Detectives Make Cocaine Arrests
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