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Sunday, 24 February 2008

Oscar Pena, Jr,Sotero Sotelo,firearms were likely going into Mexico and sold he says for one purpose, "Just to kill."

Authorities in Cameron County say a La Cueva Drive Thru in Brownsville was used as a front for illegal firearms and cocaine sales. Undercover sheriff investigators say they purchased both at the business on Central Boulevard. Police said one home on Linda lane in Brownsville is where the suspects stored their drugs and weapons.
"It's a big deal here in Cameron County because we in law enforcement are concerned about people having these types of weapons," said Sheriff Omar Lucio.
Two people were arrested and charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and possession of a controlled substance.
Oscar Pena, Jr. is one of them. He traded in his county bailiff uniform for a county-issued orange, jail jumpsuit.
Pena reportedly works for Cameron County Court at Law number 2 Judge Daniel Robles' office who had no comment following the arrest. The other suspect, Sotero Sotelo, is already on probation. He admitted in court he had a previous firearms violation.
Sheriff Lucio said Sotelo and Pena can say goodbye to this: 14 high powered assault rifles, five semi automatic handguns, a sawed-off shotgun, thousands of dollars in cash and over a kilo of cocaine.
Lucio says the firearms were likely going into Mexico and sold he says for one purpose, "Just to kill."



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