It’s official, the justice system still works. William E Howell Jr., 36, pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to sell about three pounds of methamphetamine in the Lincoln, Nebraska area, and was sentenced July 6. Howell will serve 10 years and one month in federal prison for his crime. U.S. Attorney Joe Kelley said in a news release that the information law enforcement officials received helped identify how much he was selling, and also that he was active in selling for over three years, starting around January 2013 and ending around August 2016. After Howell serves his term, he will spend another five years on probation.
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A 36-year-old Lincoln man was sentenced to 10 years and a month in federal prison on Friday for a conspiracy to sell methamphetamine.
William E. Howell Jr. pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine.
In a news release, U.S. Attorney Joe Kelly said information provided to law enforcement indicated Howell was responsible for the distribution of at least 1.5 kilograms (about 3 pounds) of meth in the Lincoln area between January 2013 and August 2016.
Following the prison term, Howell will serve five years on supervised release. Click Here to Continue Reading