Omaha Man Convicted of Counterfeiting and Methamphetamine Distribution
United States Attorney Joe Kelly announced that Frank Sadecki, age 34, of Omaha, Nebraska, was sentenced today in federal court for Possession of Analog, Digital, and Electronic Images for Counterfeiting Obligations and Securities and Possession with Intent to Distribute at Least 50 grams of a substance containing methamphetamine. Senior United States District Court Judge Laurie Smith Camp sentenced Sadecki to 100 months’ imprisonment. There is no parole in the federal system. Sadecki will begin a 4-year term of supervised release upon his release from prison.
Following the execution of a search warrant, law enforcement determined that Sadecki was in possession of approximately 56 grams of a substance containing methamphetamine. During this search warrant, law enforcement located numerous items consistent with the manufacture of counterfeit United States currency to include multiple printers and scanners, paper cutters, cutting board, aerosol sprays, assorted ink cartridges, numerous sheets of specialized printing paper, and a computer containing digital images of United States currency. Law enforcement also found $1,180 in counterfeit United States currency and 56 sheets of printed uncut counterfeit United States currency.
This case was investigated by the Omaha Metro Area Fraud Task Force and, specifically, the United States Secret Service and the Omaha Police Department.