MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - Two people have entered guilty pleas after a Ramsey County police task force found 64 pounds of meth.
The meth was discovered during a raid by the Ramsey County Violence Enforcement Team at a location in downtown Minneapolis in March. The meth was stashed in two suitcases in a bedroom closet.
Investigators also found three pounds of heroin in a shoebox and a large amount of cash in a kitchen cupboard. Two loaded handguns were also found in the home.
The suspects, Gonzalo Jiminez-Paz Jr. and Rey David Lina-Santillanes, now face a minimum sentence of ten years behind bars.