Published April 08 2012
Fugitive Focus: Edward Gamboa
In 2003, Gamboa was convicted for conspiracy to distribute meth. He was sentenced to serve 57 months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons, Gamboa was released Nov. 28, 2010. His supervised release began in April 2007. After several violations, he was ordered in 2010 to spend six months in a halfway house in Fargo. He failed three drug tests and failed to submit monthly reports as directed.
In the 2003 case, one of Gamboa’s co-defendants received death threats for information used to convict Michael Gamboa, Edward’s brother and leader of a notorious drug ring in Fargo, who received two consecutive life prison terms.
If you have any information regarding Edward Gamboa, contact the U.S. Marshals Service at (701) 297-7325 or contact your local law enforcement agency.
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