Federal methamphetamine cases against 11 people may be in limbo after a DEA investigator in Roanoke, Va., admitted he received sexual favors in exchange for bogus offers of reduced sentences, WDBJ 7 reports.
Kevin Moore admitted the offenses two weeks ago, and now many of the cases have been delayed to determine how to proceed next.
Some of the defendants were awaiting sentencing, while ethers were headed to a jury trial next year.
So far, investigators said they don’t have any evidence that Moore mishandled the 11 cases.
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