Bakersfield man pleads guilty to selling meth out of local smoke shop | News


A Bakersfield man pleaded guilty Monday to selling methamphetamine from a local smoke shop.

Abraham Eduardo Navarro Mendez, 39, was suspected of selling “large quantities of methamphetamine” from the Havana Smoke Shop, 3221 Niles St., according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District. Undercover officers paid $3,750 to Navarro Mendez, who then gave officers 2.5 pounds of meth, the news release said.



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