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Drug Cartel Scout Gets Prison Time

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By KATIE CAMPBELL Staff Writer - Tri-Valley Central

FLORENCE — FLORENCE — Beefed up law enforcement efforts to catch and successfully prosecute the scouts who aid drug smugglers traversing Pinal County are paying off.

An 18-year-old was sentenced to one year in prison on Monday for aiding drug smugglers through Pinal County, where news of two more scouts apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol was released Wednesday.

The individuals apprehended by the Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents were located at their scouting camp in a mountainside cave in the Silver Bell Mountains south of Arizona City on May 20, according to a press release. One scout had to be chased down, leading agents on foot “30 feet from a cliff with a dangerous and potentially fatal drop to jagged rocks below” before he was caught. The Special Operations Detachment agents involved in the ground operation were assisted by agents from Air and Marine Operations, which included aircraft and helicopters.

The operation kicked off in the evening with agents flying to the identified location in a UH-60 Black Hawk. The agents fast-roped down to the mountain top as the helicopter hovered above, according to the Border Patrol.


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Main Issues

Lando has taken the fight to the criminals who used to pledge this county. Below are some highlights from his first 4 years.

Family Advocacy Center

Helping the Victims

Prosecuting Drug Cartels

First County Attorney in U.S. History

RICO Funds

Funds to Support the Community


Safe Learning = Successful Learning

Crime Preventing Procecution

Tough Prosecution Prevents Crime

Budget Management

$760,000 under budget after the first year


Learn a little more about who Lando is.


    A Firm Foundation

    Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy - Brigham Young University, UT Juris Doctorate - William Mitchell College of Law

  • Legal Experience

    Consistent and Results Oriented

    • Pinal County Attorney 2012-Present
    • Prosecutor in 80+ Felony Jury Trials with 8 and 12 Member Juries, and Numerous Misdemeanor Jury and Bench Trials
    • Litigated 30+ Probable Cause (Preliminary) Hearings and Several Probation Violation Hearings
    • Presented approximately 100+ Grand Jury Hearings
    • Interviewed and/or Deposed Officers and Witnesses in Preparation for Trial
    • Proved Prior Felony Convictions in Sentencing and Used Fingerprint Technicians
    • Represented the State in Voluntariness, Donald, Prior Bad Acts, Daubert and Numerous Other Evidentiary Hearings
    • Negotiated and Written Guilty Plea Contracts
    • Examined on Direct and/or Cross, approx. 50 Expert Witnesses incl., but not limited to, DNA, Fingerprint, DV and Gang Experts
    • Reviewed Hundreds of Law Enforcement Departmental Reports for Charging
    • Written Hundreds of Recommendations for Sentencing
    • Consistently Maintained 40-100 Cases incl., Homicide, Child Abuse, Dang. Crimes Against Children, Gang and Dangerous Crimes
  • Community Service

    AZ County Attorney's Association

    In only his first term as Pinal County Attorney, Lando Voyles was voted in to represent all other Arizona County Attorneys as the President of the Arizona County Attorney's Association.

  • Family

    Protect the MOST important

    Married for 21 years to a wonderful wife and mother of their children

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