Sacramento man found with meth, cash charged in federal indictment

December 10, 2018 |  

A Sacramento man who was allegedly found with large amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine was indicted on federal charges last week.

A federal grand returned a returned a three-count indictment on Thursday, December 5 today against Ou Vern Saeteurn, 23, of Sacramento. Saeteurn is charged with possessession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine and possessing two firearms in furtherance of his drug crimes. 

On September 6, 2018, law enforcement agents searched Saeteurn’s Oak Park home where they allegedly found about 1 kilogram of methamphetamine and about 1 kilogram of cocaine. Agents also reportedly found two loaded firearms, additional ammunition, and about $9,400 in cash. In the rest of this home, officers found more methamphetamine, cocaine base, heroin, opium, about 16 firearms, magazines, and ammunition.
The suspect is in custody at the Sacramento County Jail and is not eligible for bail. No court date has been scheduled. 

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