Police Union Director Arrested After Allegedly Distributing Thousands of Fentanyl Pills from China

The executive director of the San Jose Police Officers’ Association has been charged with allegedly importing fentanyl from numerous countries, the U.S. Attorney’s office said in a news release.
According to the release, 64-year-old Joanne Marian Segovia was charged Monday with using computers from her home and office to import thousands of synthetic opioids, including valeryl fentanyl pills.
Prosecutors say Segovia had at least 61 shipments of such drugs in boxes sent to her home from October 2015 until January of this year.

La directora del sindicato de la Policías de San José, California ha sido formalmente acusada de importar fentanilo. Joanne Marian Segovia, de 64 años, presuntamente usó equipo policial para solicitar al menos 61 cargamentos de drogas de China y México. 🇺🇲
— DeReborn 🇲🇽 (@MarkDeReborn) March 30, 2023

She allegedly agreed to receive the packages and then distribute them across the U.S.


Jan 6. Pr …

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