HSPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - A man who police say had $1.5 million worth of methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin in a Wenatchee residence has been charged in federal court.
Hector Vicente Briseno-Medina, 31, faces 20 years to life in prison if convicted. He was arraigned Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Spokane, charged possessing 500 grams or more of meth and one kilogram or more of cocaine, both for the purpose of sale.
Briseno-Medina has previously been convicted of immigration violations.
No trial date has yet been set.
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