Defendant Sentenced to Serve 110 Months in Federal Prison on Drug Charges

ROCKFORD (WIFR) – 23-year-old Celestino Alvarez-Montejano was sentenced today to serve 110 months in federal prison for his role in a drug conspiracy and illegally re-entering the United States after deportation.

Alvarez-Montejano is one of four other defendants who have been sentence to serve time in federal prison on drug charges.

According to the plea agreement, between March 2010 and October 2011, Alvarez-Montejano and his co-defendants, Mario Alvarrez Montejano, Cynthia Ornelas, and Damon Rucker, conspired to distribute marijuana and cocaine.

Celestino Alvarez-Montejano pled guilty on July 9, 2012 and was also ordered to surrender to immigration authorities following his release from prison, as well as service a period of supervised release of 5 years following his release.


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