Driver faces $10 million fine after hauling over 100 pounds of meth through Nebraska
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — A 53-year-old man from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, admits to hauling over 100 pounds of meth through Nebraska.
Albert Bailey pleaded guilty this week after a wiretap investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration uncovered the crime in 2021.
Agents discovered that Bailey was a driver for a group that purchased meth in California to sell in Iowa.
Investigators finally tracked him down in York County, where he was stopped with 60 pounds of meth.
Bailey faces a possible maximum sentence of life imprisonment and a $10 million fine.