A Washoe County man will face several narcotics offenses after the Regional Narcotics Unit successfully undertook his narcotics arrest in a Washoe County high school.
Ramon Navarro’s Narcotics Arrest Report
The 20-year-old drug seller’s narcotics arrest entails the investigation of RNU Detectives in May 2023. According to the Tahoe Daily Tribune, prior to Ramon Navarro’s narcotics arrest, he reportedly sold various non-fatal drugs to students at Incline Village High School, including the victims of overdoses. To make things worse, Navarro even delivered and sold cocaine and suspected fentanyl pills to detectives during an undercover operation on two occasions. Navarro had his narcotics arrest on July 27 as he was caught attempting to sell cocaine and methamphetamine to an undercover detective in the said school’s parking lot.
Ramon Navarro’s Narcotics Arrest Vindication
Following Navarro’s narcotics arrest, he will be facing 22 felony counts of various narcotics offenses including Sales of a Controlled Substance (six counts), Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Sell (six counts), Possession of a Controlled Substance less than 14 grams (eight counts), Possession of a Controlled Substance 14-28 grams (one count) and Selling/Offering a Controlled Substance on the grounds of a school (one count).