Eight sentenced to federal prison for Fox Valley meth operation

(WBAY)
Published: Apr. 3, 2018 at 10:03 AM CDT
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Eight people have been sentenced to federal prison for a meth operation in the Fox Valley.

The United States Attorney's Office in Green Bay says all eight defendants pleaded guilty to meth and drug-related crimes between May 11, 2017 and January 11, 2018.

Prosecutors say the defendants conspired to deal a "large quantity" of meth in the Fox Valley.

They got the meth from sources in Los Angeles and San Francisco and Milwaukee.

They used a home in Fox Crossing and a business in Menasha to repackage and transfer the meth to local dealers.

Controlled purchases and search warrants turned up meth, packaging material, drug ledgers, currency, ammo, and guns.

Chief Judge William Griesbach said they caused "immeasurable damage" to the community through the sale of "poison."

SENTENCES:

Brady Pomeroy - Conspiracy to Distribute Meth; Possession of a Firearm in Furtherance of Drug Trafficking Crimes: 15 years in prison

Teng Her - Conspiracy to Distribute Meth: 10 years in prison

David Ly- Conspiracy to Distribute Meth: 10 years in prison

Zoey Scott - Conspiracy to Distribute Meth: 3 + years in prison

Curtis Whitaker - Conspiracy to Distribute Meth: 2.5 years in prison

Zachary Hietpas - Conspiracy to Distribute Meth: 1.5 years in prison

Zachary Kryzaniak - Conspiracy to Distribute Meth: 1 year in prison

Omar Sanchez - Distribution of Meth: 3 + years in prison