Omaha Men Sentenced for Roles in Drug and Firearm Conspiracy
For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Nebraska
Acting United States Attorney Susan Lehr announced that Ty-Sean Nunn, 32, and Anthony Hill-Gaines, 25, both of Omaha, Nebraska, were sentenced on August 17, 2023, in federal court in Omaha. United States District Judge Brian C. Buescher sentenced Nunn to 14 years in prison for conspiring to distribute methamphetamine, fentanyl, and marijuana and conspiring to violate federal firearms laws. Hill-Gaines was sentenced to 90 months in prison for conspiring to violate federal firearms laws. There is no parole in the federal system. After Nunn’s release from prison, he will begin a five-year term of supervised release. After Hill-Gaines’s release, he will begin a three-year term of supervised release. Nunn is also forfeiting $13,180 that was identified as drug trafficking proceeds.
From about July of 2016 to January of 2022, Nunn was part of a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, fentanyl, and marijuana. The conspiracy largely occurred in Omaha. Nunn was involved in the distribution of the drugs. During this same time period, Nunn and Hill-Gaines conspired to violate federal firearms laws. Nunn and Hill-Gaines possessed firearms to facilitate the drug trafficking conspiracy.
Co-defendants Willis Parker, George Buck, Dominique Thomas, and Jerrell Jackson have all pleaded guilty to charges related to the drug conspiracy. Thomas was sentenced on June 7, 2023, to 90 months of imprisonment. Buck was sentenced on July 26, 2023, to 120 months of imprisonment. Parker and Jackson are pending sentencing. Only co-defendant Terrance Traynham is pending trial. Traynham was previously sentenced to 106 months in federal prison for conduct related to this conspiracy.
This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Omaha Police Department, and the Bellevue Police Department.
Matt Lierman; Chief, Drug Enforcement Unit (402) 661-3700
Updated August 18, 2023