Man admits selling meth to undercover DEA agent - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Man admits selling meth to undercover DEA agent

Jose Luis Lara-Sosa, 29 (Provided by Lubbock County Sheriff) Jose Luis Lara-Sosa, 29 (Provided by Lubbock County Sheriff)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A man has admitted in Lubbock federal court that he sold meth to an undercover DEA agent.

In court documents filed Thursday, 29-year-old Jose Luis Lara-Sosa pled guilty to selling 4 ounces of the stimulant.

The documents show that the deal took place in November of last year.

When agents arrested Lara-Sosa also known as "Gordo," they found several more ounces of meth.

He is charged with distributing 50 grams or more and could face up to 40 years in prison.

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