A Fairfield County man will spend years in prison after being sentenced for his role in a family-run drug trafficking ring that operated in Westchester and Connecticut.
Juan Carlos Figueroa, 40, of Norwalk, was sentenced in Bridgeport district court to 35 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for trafficking cocaine and methamphetamine.
U.S. Attorney John Durham said that March and June 2018, Figueroa and others trafficked kilogram quantities of narcotics, including cocaine and methamphetamine, from a source of supply in New Rochelle, into Norwalk and the surrounding areas.
On May 31, 2018, Figueroa and a co-conspirator, Rafael Lopez-Macias, traveled to New Rochelle to obtain two kilograms of cocaine from a source.
Figueroa was one of nine members of a
family-run drug trafficking organization
that was charged with narcotics…