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The federal court in Omaha sentenced 35-year-old woman from Colorado to over four years on drug charges

OMAHA, Nebraska – According to information released on Monday by acting U.S. Attorney Steven Russell, the following is a summary of sentences handed down last week in federal court in Omaha.

The office of the United States Attorney in Omaha reminds the public that there is no parole in the federal justice system.

Monday, Judge John M. Gerrard sentenced Tina Smith, 35, of Denver, Colorado, to more than four years for conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine or more. According to the announcement, a confidential informant purchased methamphetamine from Smith and a co-defendant between February and May 2019 as part of an investigation with the FBI and the McCook Police Department. The confidential informant arranged the purchase with the assistance of government agents. According to reports, she was responsible for at least 30 grams of meth.

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