A Los Angeles-area drug dealer will spend a year in Santa Barbara County Jail after he pleaded guilty to transportation of controlled substances and conspiracy to commit a crime.
Cesar Delgadillo was arrested in June 2012 after a 10-month-long investigation. Police say he was supplying methamphetamine to a local drug dealer, and the investigation revealed he was supplying multiple drug dealers in the Santa Barbara area.
At the time of Delgadillo’s arrest, police seized 7.3 ounces of meth and $8,740. As part of his sentence, which included a suspended three-year prison sentence, Delgadillo has to forfeit the money and must obey all laws and submit to search and seizure.