2 plead guilty in Kansas City-area meth conspiracy
KANSAS CITY (AP) — A man and woman from Kansas City have pleaded guilty to participating in a conspiracy to distribute more than $2 million in methamphetamine in the Kansas City area.
Federal prosecutors said 28-year-old Allyssa Samm and 32-year-old Eric Looker pleaded guilty Thursday to being part of the conspiracy from February 2015 to February 2016.
Samm admitted she and a co-conspirator bought about a half-pound of meth a day for a year before she was arrested. Looker received methamphetamine from Samm and the co-conspirator to distribute in the area.
In several instances, Samm and Looker bought the drugs from a law enforcement confidential informant.
Prosecutors said about 82.7 kilograms of methamphetamine was distributed during the conspiracy.
Thirty-year-old Amanda Greenway, of Kansas City, pleaded guilty in April to her role in the conspiracy.