Investigators say they found almost 4 pounds of meth at one of the conspirators' house.
Authorities say two men have been sentenced to federal prison for conspiring to sell methamphetamine and weapons in the Omaha area.
Federal prosecutors said in a news release Thursday that 40-year-old Francisco Sanchez-Gastelum was given 14 years in prison and 37-year-old Manuel Menchaca was given 12½ years.
Prosecutors say that between Oct. 7 last year and Feb. 28 this year, Menchaca and another man, Jorge Montejano, sold guns and drugs to an undercover officer. Investigators say they found almost 4 pounds of meth at Sanchez-Gastelum's residence.
Montejano, who was on supervised release after a drug conviction in Iowa, has already been sentenced to 170 months in prison.