Arlington Brothers Given $25 Million Bonds after Police Seize 46 Kilos of Meth


Deputies in Nash County, North Carolina made an arrest that resulted in the largest seizure of methamphetamine in history.

The Nash County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on Tuesday of a vehicle with two occupants. The department’s K-9 was used, which sniffed the air and alerted officers of narcotics.

During a search of the vehicle, 5 kilos of methamphetamine was found inside of a duffle bag. Deputies then found 41 kilos of methamphetamine inside of a speaker box. This total amount seized was 46 kilos, or 101 pounds, of Methamphetamine. One the largest seizures of Methamphetamine in agency history.

Alejandro Israel Sanchez-Amezcua, 34, and his brother, Kevin Alexis Sanchez, 19, were arrested and each given a $3 million secured bond.

They were each charged with Trafficking in Methamphetamine, Conspiracy to Traffic in Methamphetamine, and Maintaining a Vehicle/Dwelling for Controlled Substance.

At their first court appearance on Friday, the Judge raised their bonds to $25 million dollars each.

They are both still currently in the Nash County Detention Center.


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