The DEA obtained a search warrant and found Rumbo as the home's sole occupant. There were "multiple kilograms" of meth and heroin, two guns and more than $20,000 in cash at the house, the district attorney's office said. Authorities believe nobody was living there full-time but that Rumbo was using the home primarily to store and distribute drugs. More drugs — "multiple kilograms" of cocaine and meth — were found at the Duluth apartment, along with a gun, drug ledgers, wire transfer receipts and more than $14,000 in cash, the district attorney's office said.
Co-defendants in this case, including Arroyo-Perez, previously entered guilty pleas to drug trafficking charges. Rumbo was sentenced to 35 years in prison by Gwinnett County Superior Court Judge Robert Mock at the conclusion of the trial.