Willie James Sorrell Sentenced to Distribute Meth

Meth trafficker, Willie James Sorrell gets over 10 years in prison

CORPUS CHRISTI, TS (STL.News) A 48-year-old Corpus Christi resident has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction of conspiring to distribute 243 grams of meth, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery.

Willie James Sorrell III pleaded guilty Nov. 12, 2020.

U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos ordered Sorrell to serve a 121-month sentence to be immediately followed by five years of supervised release.  In handing down the sentence, the court noted Sorrell’s previous criminal conduct, to include aggravated sexual assaults, drug possessions and unlawful possession of firearms.

On May 30, 2019, Sorrell and Jennifer Saldana were traveling on a Greyhound bus from McAllen to the Corpus Christi area.  Authorities conducted a search while at the Border Patrol checkpoint near Falfurrias where they discovered a backpack near Sorrell’s feet.  It contained nearly 250 grams of meth and a loaded semi-automatic firearm.

The investigation established Sorrell and Saldana traveled to the Rio Grande Valley to obtain the meth for potential distribution in Corpus Christi.

Saldana, 38, Rockport, had also pleaded guilty and is set for sentencing March 24.

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