“An Omaha man honored earlier this year by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office as a “Citizen of the Year” has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison in a federal drug case.
Twenty-seven-year-old Justin Snelling was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine.
In March, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office honored Snelling and another man who came to the aid of a Ponca Hills woman involved in a domestic assault.
In February, Snelling was charged in a federal case, accused of selling drugs to white supremacists.
Chief Deputy Marty Bilek with the sheriff’s office says that what Snelling did was heroic and his criminal case doesn’t diminish that.”
What do you think? Is he still a hero, or does his drug charge undermine that status?
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