Shreveport Man Sentenced: 14 Years In Prison For Selling Methamphetamine At Bossier City Casino
SHREVPORT, LA - A Shreveport man was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison Tuesday for selling methamphetamine while staying at a Bossier City casino announced Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent-in-Charge Stephen G. Azzam and United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley of the Western District of Louisiana.
Kenvalleno Dixon, 33, of Shreveport, was sentenced by a United States District Judge on one count of distribution of methamphetamine. He was also sentenced to five years of supervised release. According to the July 11, 2016 guilty plea, Dixon was identified as a seller in a methamphetamine trafficking enterprise at a Bossier City, Louisiana casino. Dixon was observed on June 25, 2015 meeting someone in the lobby of the casino and then bringing the person up to a room on the ninth floor where Dixon sold 26.6 grams of methamphetamine for $900. Dixon was not an employee of the casino. The DEA conducted the investigation.
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