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Texas Airport Cop Going to Prison for Selling Cocaine to FBI Informant While in Uniform

laredo-mapBy Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com
Obviously Gerardo Sepulveda didn’t get the memo that you’re not allowed to sell cocaine in your  Laredo International Airport police officer’s uniform — particularly at the airport.

Sepulveda, 41, of Loredo, did just that and was sentenced last week to 20 months in federal prison. He was arrested by the FBI on Sept. 11, 2008  at the airport after he sold 24 grams of cocaine to an FBI cooperating source for $700, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

He pleaded guilty last November and admitted selling cocaine to the FBI informant on four previous occasions as well, authorities said, for a grand total of  32 grams of cocaine.

Authorities said he had been free on bond and will remain free until the court orders him to prison.


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