A 58-year-old Lincoln man has been sentenced to 26 years in federal prison for trafficking large amounts of methamphetamine.
The United States Attorney’s Office reports a Lincoln jury convicted Rodney Mazzulla of three separate drug charges in April. He will have to serve five years of supervised release after his prison sentence.
Federal prosecutors say the Lincoln/Lancaster County Drug Task Force served two search warrants in April of last year at a large storage garage in southwest Lincoln where Mazzulla was living in a camper inside the garage.
Officers confiscated 49 grams of pure methamphetamine April 2nd and returned on the 22nd and found an additional 210 grams of pure methamphetamine.
Witnesses testified at trial Mazzulla has been distributing large amounts of meth since as early as 2015. Mazzulla told officers he sold meth to his employees at a tree service business in Cheney.