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Men sentenced in meth trafficking case

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Two men were sentenced in Cobb County on drug charges resulting from an investigation.

According to court documents, Martin Munoz-Olveda and Jamie Lopez-Vasquez were living at a stash house in the 2400 block of Glendale Circle in Smyrna last September.

Agents searched the property and found 17 pounds of methamphetamines with an estimated street value of at least $750,000.

Munoz-Olveda, 49, pleaded guilty to trafficking methamphetamines and was sentenced to 30 years, with 15 years to serve in prison, followed by 15 years on probation.

On Thursday, the jury found Lopez-Vasquez, 33, guilty of trafficking methamphetamines, as well as possessing the drug.

He was acquitted of manufacturing methamphetamines, according to documents.

A judge sentenced Lopez to 30 years to serve and fined him $1 million. Lopez, a native of Mexico, is also subject to deportation.

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