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Norfolk man to spend 18 years in jail for drug, gun crimes

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Posted at 5:05 PM, Nov 04, 2015
and last updated 2015-11-04 17:05:05-05

Norfolk, Va. – A man charged with gun and drug related charges will now spend 216 months behind bars.

Isaac Deleon Nevares was sentenced for making, distributing and dealing meth, cocaine and crack cocaine.  He was also sentenced for carrying firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime.

Nevares, 51, pleaded guilty to the charges on June 5.

Court documents say undercover ATF agents bought drugs and handguns from Anthony Tillman Quinones, whom Nevares supplied with drugs.

After executing search warrants on multiple places involving in the drug trafficking, agents were led to an apartment where Nevares stored drugs.

Agents recovered over one kilogram of high-purity meth, 400 grams of cocaine, 270 grams of crack cocaine, two handguns and one rifle. Nevares was later arrested in possession of another gun.

Tillman Quinones pleaded guilty to drug trafficking conspiracy and firearm charges on October 16. He was sentenced to 156 months in prison.