On Monday night’s episode of Up Late, Harvey detailed the unusual case of a Jengin rancher who escaped $10 million worth of methamphetamine using an electromagnetic sealed box built into a car seat.
Tony Larosa, 49, has spent the past five years battling claims he was a big player in the 10-kilogram ice movement – hidden in the Honda Jazz’s built-in “hideout” – up to his family’s farm in Brera.
Larrosa wasn’t driving a Honda but was closely following him with a Sig Sauer pistol loaded into the passenger seat behind him.
And after a trial earlier this year, a district jury agreed with the plaintiffs that a father-to-be had “control and control” over the drug, even though it was being driven by someone else.
“Middle-aged ranchers escape $10 million worth of methamphetamine using an electromagnetic lock box built into a car seat that was opened with secret buttons,” Harvey says on Up Late.
Late , which you can see in the player above, Harvey reveals the elaborate plot and advice that led to the discovery of methamphetamine by the cops.
On Monday, Judge Lori Levy told Larosa he was convinced he was more than just a “foot soldier.”
“You played an important role in this crime. At the very least, I was trusted to be the drug supervisor,” Judge Levy said.
He imprisoned Rosa for 14 years, with parole due 12 years later.
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