Border Patrol Agent Ivhan Herrera-Chiang had one major job – stop criminals from smuggling drugs.
But Herrera exploited his position to help smugglers bring meth, cocaine and marijuana into the U.S., the Arizona Central reports .
On Tuesday, he was sentenced to 15 years behind bars on four felony counts of bribery.
“You have done about the worst thing a law-enforcement agent could do, especially a Border Patrol agent, and that is passed confidential information” to criminal organizations, U.S. District Judge Paul Rosenblatt said during a sentencing hearing in Phoenix.
Herrara even helped smugglers find their way around underground sensors and lock combinations.
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