Former Carrollton Pharmacist Headed To Prison For Drug TraffickingJohn Christopher Esparza pleaded guilty on Jan. 5, 2016, to conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute oxycodone.
Dallas Resident Caught With $1.6 Million Worth Of Meth At Texas BorderFederal officers in West Texas have seized more than $1.6 million worth of methamphetamine hidden in the rear tires of an SUV entering from Mexico.
2 Airport Ex-Baggage Handlers Charged With Drug TraffickingFederal agents arrested two former baggage handlers Monday on suspicion of trafficking several pounds of cocaine.
16 With Ties To Aryan Brotherhood Indicted In East TexasFederal prosecutors in East Texas say 16 people with ties to the Aryan Brotherhood gang have been indicted on firearms and drug trafficking conspiracy charges.
DFW Man Gets 10 Years Prison For Money LaunderingA Grand Prairie area man has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for money laundering in a plea deal related to his illegal drug trafficking business operating between Texas and California.
Former North Texas Pharmacist Charged With Federal Drug TraffickingJohn Christopher Esparza was the pharmacist in charge of Trinity Pharmacy in Carrollton.
Feds Charge Dallas Smoke Shop Owners In Fake Pot CaseA federal crackdown on synthetic marijuana - or "spice" - has honed in on Dallas: A local smoke shop chain and its owner are among 28 accused of drug trafficking.
Designer Drug Identified As Cause Of Plano Teen's DeathA mother has received toxicology reports confirming what she long suspected, that synthetic drugs killed her teenage son.
11 Indicted In Dallas-Area Drug Ring, Ties To JailProsecutors say 11 people have been indicted in a Dallas-area drug ring allegedly involving jail inmates.
Feds: Convictions Are 'Decapitation' Of Aryan BrotherhoodAuthorities say they have dealt a major blow to the illegal operations of the white supremacist Aryan Brotherhood of Texas as dozen of members plead guilty to federal racketeering charges.
Dallas Man Sentenced For Pot Smuggling RingA Dallas man has been sentenced to 17½ years in prison for helping lead a marijuana trafficking ring headquartered in North Texas.
$ From Drug Smuggling Ring = Payday For Law Enforcement A well-organized ring of marijuana traffickers, operating out of southern Dallas County, has fattened the bank accounts of local law enforcement agencies.