Another Binghamton Drug Trafficking Sentence is Handed Down
A Binghamton man will be spending 20 years in federal prison and 10 years post-release supervision for engaging in a drug trafficking conspiracy in the area.
Federal prosecutors say 25 year old Jose Alvarado (also known as ‘Chewee’) was sentenced March 28 in Federal Court in Binghamton in connection with an extensive investigation into a drug ring involving the sale of cocaine, heroin, and other drugs from May of 2011 through September of 2012.
Luis Masso-Diaz (aka WeWe), Reynaldo Bones (aka Javy), Victor Texidor (aka Machito), Jose Alicea (aka Papo) and others are accused in the conspiracy.
Bones has already been sentenced while the others are awaiting sentencing and remain in the custody of the U.S. Marshal’s Service.