An Omaha man faces years in prison after he was busted as part of an anti-drug trafficking initiative. The US Attorney's office says he sold guns and crack to a felon who was working with law enforcement.
US District Judge Laurie Smith Camp sentenced Ranelle Perry to 30 years in prison.
Perry had pleaded guilty to using a firearm during, and in relation to, a drug trafficking crime. He was booked as part of a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Program (HIDTA) sponsored law enforcement initiative that targeted gang violence in Omaha.
The ATF and Omaha Police say Perry sold two rifles, two handguns, and 8 grams of crack cocaine to a felon who was working with law enforcement as a cooperating witness.
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