Man indicted after 317 pounds of meth found in his Arizona home

Apr 19, 2022, 4:05 AM
Camillo Urquiza Sanchez (Arizona Attorney General's Office Photo)...
Camillo Urquiza Sanchez (Arizona Attorney General's Office Photo)
(Arizona Attorney General's Office Photo)

PHOENIX — A man has been indicted after 317 pounds of meth were found in his Arizona home last month, authorities said Monday.

Camillo Urquiza Sanchez faces one count of conspiracy, one count of illegally conducting an enterprise and one count of possession of a dangerous drug for sale, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office said in a press release.

A search warrant on the home was conducted on March 10, with the estimated value of the drugs being $317,000, authorities said.

Investigation of the case was conducted by the United States Postal Inspection Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Peoria Police Department and Mesa Police Department.

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is prosecuting the case.

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Man indicted after 317 pounds of meth found in his Arizona home