A large-scale narcotics distributor from Minnesota has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for conspiracy to distribute drugs.
Jeremy Allan Anspach, 46, of Marshall, was sentenced last month in U.S. District Court in South Dakota.
Anspach was under investigation for about two years by multiple agencies, including the Brown Lyon Redwood Renville Drug Task, the FBI, and the DEA.
Anspach assisted in the transportation of meth from Arizona, California, and other states, into South Dakota. Following his release from prison, he’ll spend life on supervised probation.