Oregon's anti-methamphetamine laws have made it harder to manufacture the drug, but that hasn't stopped dealers from finding other suppliers.
Springfield police are looking for a man who they say is dealing a significant amount of meth.
Police are cracking down on dealers and suppliers, but despite those efforts police say meth use is still a problem.
Police are looking for 34-year-old Armando Cervantes-Bedolla who they say is a major meth dealer in the Eugene-Springfield area.Police say Cervantes-Bedolla is an illegal immigrant who has entered the country illegally at least twice. He last lived on Taylor Street in Eugene, is known to frequent the River Road area and goes by several different names.
"In the computer, we have more than five names that he's gone by in the past. They're all similar, but they all change, a couple different date of births. He does change his name often," said Potter.With a large number of people providing fraudulent identification instruments to facilitate illegal aliens being able to commit their various crimes in this country it is no wonder that these guys can manage to give multiple names, be deported multiple times and still be here doing damage.
The only question is which name will he use when he applies for his amnesty, errr, comprehensive immigration reform?