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United States of America v. Shawn Schuckman
Case Number: 5:20-cr-50015-TLB
Judge: Timothy L. Brooks
Court: United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas (Washington County)
Plaintiff's Attorney: United States District Attorney’s Office, Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Description: Fayetteville, AR - Criminal Law, Possession with Intent to Distribute Meth
The United States of America charged Shawn Schuckman, age 45, with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
According to court records, during the course of an investigation into the distribution of controlled substances in the Western District of Arkansas, the Drug Enforcement Administration Fayetteville Resident Office (DEA) identified Schuckman, as a distributor of methamphetamine in Northwest Arkansas, and an investigation was initiated into his criminal activity.
In January 2020, upon the conclusion of the investigation, agents and local law enforcement attempted to take Schuckman into custody for his outstanding warrants. Following a short pursuit, Schuckman was apprehended. Investigators located and seized approximately 1,341.4 grams of actual methamphetamine from Schuckman’s hotel room, from the roadway (where he had thrown it out of the window during the pursuit), from his vehicle, and from his person.
A federal grand jury indicted Schuckman in March 2020, and he entered a guilty plea in June 2020.
This case was investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Benton County Narcotics Unit. Assistant United States Attorney Kim Harris prosecuted the case for the United States.
21 U.S.C. §§ 841(a)(1) and 841(b)(1)(B)(viii) Possession With Intent to Distribute More Than 50 Grams of a Mixture or Substance Containing Methamphetamine
Outcome: Sentenced to two hundred and forty (240) months imprisonment; four (4) years supervised release; $100.00 special assessment; $2,400.00 fine.