Man faces nearly 13 years in prison for selling meth in Norfolk
LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska) – A man will serve more than a decade in prison for selling methamphetamine in Norfolk, the US attorney’s office announced Tuesday.
Dallas Sherman Rhinehart, 53, was sentenced Friday to 12 years and 10 months in prison for his participation in a methamphetamine drug conspiracy.
In May 2020, detectives identified Rhinehart as someone selling meth in Norfolk.
On July 6 and 22, according to the attorney’s office, authorities staged “controlled purchases” of meth from Rhinehart.
In total, authorities purchased 52 grams of pure methamphetamine and 30 grams of a meth-containing mixture, the prosecutor’s office said.
Upon his release from prison, Rhinehart will serve a five-year period of supervised release. There is no parole in the federal system.
Rhinehart’s accomplices include Katherin Marie Tacheira, who pleads guilty and is awaiting sentencing, according to the prosecutor’s office.
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