WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — A federal grand jury in Wichita on Wednesday indicted charged two from California with transporting methamphetamine across state lines.
A news release from the Department of Justice (DOJ) says Orlando Payan-Parra, 39, and Erika Cardona-Carrizales, 43, both of Coachella, California, were charged with:
- One count of possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute
- One count of interstate and foreign travel or transportation in air of racketing enterprises.
The DOJ says Payan-Parra and Cardona-Carrizales are accused of traveling from California to Kansas with the intent to distribute controlled substances.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Kansas Highway Patrol are investigating this case.