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Omaha Man Sentenced in Methamphetamine Distribution Conspiracy

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Nebraska

United States Attorney Jan Sharp announced that Michael Allison, 52, was sentenced on May 26, 2022, in federal court in Omaha, Nebraska, for conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine.  Senior United States District Judge Joseph F. Bataillon sentenced Allison to 168 months’ imprisonment. There is no parole in the federal system.  After his release from prison, he will begin a 5-year term of supervised release.

Omaha Police Department (OPD) officers acted upon information about Allison’s codefendant, Gregory Neemann. On March 13, 2020, OPD officers stopped Neeman’s car in anticipation of serving a search warrant at his residence in Omaha. When he was stopped, Neemann was in possession of methamphetamine and $2,363 in drug proceeds.  Neeman’s residence was then searched.

Using information developed during the investigation of Neemann, officers began to focus on Allison. Allison was arrested after delivering 2 pounds of methamphetamine to a cooperating individual. A search of Allison’s residence yielded 28 additional ounces of methamphetamine (approximately 793 grams) and $54,327.00. All of the cash seized was forfeited as drug proceeds.

Neeman was sentenced on March 11, 2022, to 180 months’ imprisonment.

This case was investigated by the Omaha Police Department.

Updated May 31, 2022

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