Antelope man sentenced to prison in drug trafficking, firearms case
06/04/2014 7:40 PM
06/04/2014 7:41 PM
An Antelope man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for drug trafficking and firearms offenses.
Jamie Golladay, 32, was sentenced Wednesday by U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute heroin and possession of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime, according to a federal Department of Justice news release.
Golladay pleaded guilty in March to possessing a .40-caliber semiautomatic pistol and a 6.35 mm semiautomatic Beretta pistol in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense. He also admitted that he possessed methamphetamine and heroin with the intent to distribute them.
On July 27, 2013, Roseville police officers, investigating a vehicle theft, searched Golladay’s Antelope residence, according to court documents. Officers discovered three firearms, baggies with heroin and methamphetamine, tablets of OxyContin, oxycodone and methadone. They also found firearm magazines, three digital scales, syringes, ammunition and two large safes. Inside the safes were 2 pounds of methamphetamine, 1 pound of heroin and a pink slip related to the stolen vehicle investigation.
The case resulted from an investigation by the federal Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Roseville and Citrus Heights police departments, in coordination with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office.
Sacto 911 StaffBill Lindelof
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