The 44-year-old Texan man Donald Lamont pleaded guilty to drug charges after his arrest in 2022, which led to the discovery of 22 kilograms of cocaine.
Texan Man Pleads Guilty To Drug Charges
SOURCE– Donald Lamont Griffin, a 44-year-old Texan man, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.
On November 7, 2022, Texan Donald Lamont was stopped for a traffic violation on Highway I-10. The Harrison County Deputy who stopped the Texan man requested assistance from a police K9.
After a thorough search of Texan man Donald Lamont’s vehicle, the authorities found 22 kilograms of cocaine in the vehicle.
READ ALSO: As The US Cracks Down, China Seeks To Replace Western Technology With Homegrown Solutions
Texan Man Faces A Minimum Of 10 Years And A Maximum Of Life In Prison
Due to the discovery of cocaine in the vehicle of the Texan man Donald Lamont, he is sentenced to a minimum of 1 year in prison and a maximum of life in prison. After considering the US sentencing guidelines, a federal district court judge will determine which sentence to follow.
According to WLOX, the case of the Texan man was investigated by the DEA, or Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.