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FW Meth, Cocaine Dealer Gets 99-Year Prison Sentence

400 grams aod meth and 200 grams of cocaine equals 99 years in prison



    Andrea Robles was sentenced to 99 years in prison for dealing meth and cocaine.

    A 32-year-old North Texas woman has drawn a 99-year prison term for dealing methamphetamine and cocaine from her Fort Worth home.

    A statement from the Tarrant County District Attorney's Office says Andrea Robles was sentenced Thursday in Fort Worth a day after jurors convicted her of possessing over 400 grams of meth with intent to deliver and possessing four to 200 grams of cocaine with intent to deliver.

    According to trial evidence, officers raiding the home found a large amount of meth and two loaded pistols hidden in a secret compartment in the floor of a closet floor. Also found was 124 grams of cocaine that had been thrown from a kitchen window.

    Her 27-year-old boyfriend, Jose Martinez Orozco, is serving a 40-year term.