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Omaha Man Sentenced to 120 Months for Conspiracy to Distribute Crack Cocaine

U.S. Attorney’s Office October 19, 2010
  • District of Nebraska (402) 661-3700

United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Safe Streets Task Force announce the following information for the attention of the media:

Event Triggering this Release: On October 18, 2010, Jimmie D. Windham was sentenced by the Honorable Laurie Smith Camp to a term of 120 months in prison following his conviction for conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine. The case resulted from an investigation conducted by the Safe Streets Task Force led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Name of Defendant: Jimmie D. Windham
Age: 35
City of residence: Omaha, NE
Crime(s) Charged and Potential Penalty: Ct. 1- Conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine; 10-life, $4,000,000, five years of supervised release, $100 SA.
Specific Location of Alleged Crime: Omaha, Nebraska
Location of Arrest: Omaha, NE
Alleged Dollar Loss/Type and Quantity of Drug: 50 grams or more crack cocaine
Others Charged in Same Scheme: Terry L. Mountain aka “T” and Courtney D. Ewing
Relevant Dates:
Date of Alleged Crime: January 2010 - March 2010
Federal Arrest Date: 5/27/10
Date Complaint Issued: NA
Indictment Returned Date: 5/18/10
Initial Appearance Date: 6/1/10
Trial and Date(s): NA
Sentencing Date: 10/18/10
Next Court Hearing Type and Date:
Assigned Magistrate Judge: Hon. Thomas D. Thalken
Held without Bond, or Released from Custody: Held until 8/4/10, then released
In Continuous Custody Since: NA
Assigned District Court Judge: Hon. Laurie Smith Camp
Initials of Assigned AUSA/Preparer of THIS Release: JEH/cr

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