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Tue, Jan. 28

Meth bust trials slated

KINGMAN - Trial dates have been set for four Kingman residents arrested in the April methamphetamine bust in Kingman.

According to court documents, Reynaldo Magana's case will go to trial at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 28. Magana, 34, is charged with seven counts of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, one count of conspiracy to sell dangerous drugs, one count of use of electronic communication in a drug transaction, one count of illegal control of enterprise and one count of money laundering.

William S. Smith Jr.'s case has also been set for trial on Oct. 28. He is charged with one count each of conspiracy to sell dangerous drugs, use of electronic communication in drug transaction, illegal control of enterprise and money laundering.

Terrance D. Roberts 29, is charged with three counts of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, conspiracy to sell dangerous drugs, use of electronic communication in drug transaction and illegal control of enterprise. His case has been set for trial at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 21.

Verenice Salazar- Escalante's case has been set for trial at 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 27. Escalante, 24, is charged with one count each of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, conspiracy to sell dangerous drugs, use of electronic communication in drug transaction and illegal control of enterprise.

The rest of the co-defendants in the case are moving through hearings as attorneys on both sides collect and share evidence and other information.

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