MAHA -- An Omaha woman has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for her role in helping a man run a drug ring that stretched from Omaha to Arizona.
Sara has been released after serving 10 years for marijuana.
SARA JARRETT # 23359-047
REGISTER NUMBER: 23359-047
Released On: 01/09/2019
US vs. Sara
Omaha woman gets 10 years for role in drug ring
According to the U.S. Attorney's Office, Jarrett was one of 11 people indicted with Shannon Williams in December 2009. Jarrett was one of Williams’ drivers who helped him run his marijuana business while he was incarcerated in the Douglas County jail.
Here is a little info about me:
I am a 36 year old white female that was sentenced to 120 months (10 years) for Conspiracy to Posses with the intent to deliver Marijuana and Conspiracy to Money launder in result of depositing elicited funds from Marijuana into my personal checking account. I am a mother of 2 boys that when I was sent to prison in 2011 where 8 and 11 and now are 13 and 16. I had no previous felony's and the only trouble I had been in was a DUI. I was a contractor working for the Department of Defense and had security clearance if that tells you how clean my background and credit where. I have currently served 57 months. I have lost everything. I have no contact with my family not even my kids because my family find that my actions unacceptable. I struggle TONS to understands how I received 10 years. I am an open book so if there is anything else you would like to know please let me know!
Thanks for anything and everything that you do so others don't have to serve the great injustice that I have!
Sara Jarrett 23359-047
Prosecutors estimate that over three years, the operation transported more than 15,000 pounds of marijuana from Arizona to Omaha. That includes the nine months Williams was in the Douglas County jail for violating his supervised released.
Williams and Hernandez are scheduled to be sentenced on July 28.