HILLSBORO, Ore.- On September 23, 2020, Judge Eric Buchér sentenced Jordan Adam Rosas to two years in prison after a Washington County jury found the defendant guilty of unlawful delivery and possession of heroin (substantial quantity), unlawful delivery and possession of cocaine, unlawful delivery and possession of Fentanyl, unlawful delivery and possession of alprazolam (Xanax), and giving false information to a police officer. Deputy District Attorney Mitchell Diesko prosecuted the case against Mr. Rosas.

Beaverton police pulled over Mr. Rosas on June 8, 2020 after they observed him speeding along Highway 26. Officers immediately noticed that Mr. Rosas appeared very nervous as they began to speak with him. He gave police a false name and initially refused to exit the vehicle. Eventually, Mr. Rosas gave police his true name and admitted he had drug paraphernalia in the vehicle.

Police searched Mr. Rosas’ vehicle and found more than 21 grams of heroin, dealer amounts of cocaine and dozens of prescription pills. They also discovered a digital scale, 50 plastic baggies and multiple pieces of identification which didn’t belong to the defendant.

The Washington County District Attorney’s Office wishes to acknowledge the work of the Beaverton Police Department on this case.

Mr. Rosas will be transferred to the Oregon Department of Corrections to begin serving his sentence.

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Stephen Mayer
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September 25, 2020