A 30-year-old guy in Colorado recently opened an auto-body shop called "Get Your Fix" . . . then got arrested when the FBI noticed the play on words, and realized he was using the business as a cover to sell DRUGS.
A 30-year-old guy named Daniel Vasquez recently opened an auto-body shop in Pueblo, Colorado. (About 100 miles south of Denver.)
And he decided to name the business "Get Your Fix." So it was supposed to be a dumb play on words. But it turns out it was a REALLY dumb play on words.
Because before he opened the place, he spent time in jail for three felony DRUG convictions. And it turned out he was using the business as a cover to sell large amounts of meth, cocaine, and heroin.
Someone at the FBI was keeping tabs on him . . . saw the name of the business . . . realized what it meant . . . and set up a sting.
An undercover agent bought drugs from him back in March. Then they gathered more evidence for another five months, and finally arrested him about two weeks ago.
He's facing up to 10 years in federal prison.
Originally posted on September 15th, 2017