Two men were sentenced Monday to federal prison for selling drugs in Omaha.
Darrell Adams, 30, of Council Bluffs, Iowa was sentenced to more than 10 years (121 months) in prison for conspiring to distribute 500 grams (1.1 pounds) or more of methamphetamine.
In addition, Adams will be supervised for five years after he is released from prison, U.S. Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced.
Adams was arrested by the Omaha Police Department after he sold methamphetamine to a cooperating witness.
Also, Larry Johnson, 20, of Omaha was sentenced to five years (60 months) in prison for distributing 28 grams (1 ounce) or more of crack cocaine, Gilg said.
In addition, Johnson must serve four years of supervised release following prison.
Johnson was arrested by the Omaha Police Department and agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives after he sold crack cocaine to a cooperating witness.
Chief United States District Judge Laurie Smith Camp handed down both sentences.
Also, Michael McMillan, 43, of Lincoln was sentenced to seven years in federal prison by Senior United States District Judge Richard G. Kopf, for possession of a list I chemical with intent to manufacture methamphetamine.
McMillan purchased pseudoephedrine for Mark Skoda and others to use in manufacturing methamphetamine, Gilg said.
Skoda was sentenced in March to 24 years in federal prison after he was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
McMillan will serve three years of supervised release following his release from prison.