Man sentenced to 10 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in Nebraska

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OMAHA, Nebraska — A man convicted of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison.

The office of U.S. Attorney Deborah Gilg (gilj) announced Tuesday that Daniel Ariza-Garcia pleaded guilty to the charge in February. Ariza-Garcia was also sentenced to five years of supervised release once his prison sentence ends.

Prosecutors say Ariza-Garcia had been involved in the distribution of methamphetamine in Lincoln and eastern Nebraska. They say a search of his apartment uncovered nearly $40,000 in cash and 9.6 pounds of methamphetamine.

Ariza-Garcia is expected to be deported to his native Mexico after serving his prison sentence.

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