Henderson Man Sentenced to Jail for Selling Methamphetamine – Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-16 18:31:07 –
Henderson (KTNV) – A Henderson man was sentenced to six years in prison on Thursday for distributing methamphetamine, according to a US Attorney’s press release.
Between March 6 and April 3, 2018, 38-year-old Kenneth Hall sold a total of 383.6 grams of methamphetamine, according to court records in Henderson and Las Vegas.
During a drug sale on April 3, Hall offered to sell his pistols to buyers.
Later that day, while traffic was stopped, police found over 300 grams of methamphetamine, a plastic car and $ 4,080 in cash in the car in the hall.
When police officers carried out a search warrant in the hall of residence, they found a 9 mm Sigzauer semi-automatic pistol with two magazines and ammunition. Hall, a convicted felon, is banned from carrying a gun.
Hall advocated possession of a controlled substance with the intention of distributing methamphetamine. In addition to his prison sentence, Hall judge Andrew P. Gordon was sentenced to five years’ supervised release.
Announced by Christopher Kiou, Assistant Attorney for the Nevada District and Special Agent Francisco Blora of the Homeland Security Investigation (HSI).
The case has been investigated by HSI and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police. Deputy Federal Attorney Dan Kowig has indicted the case.