Two women, one from Nebraska, could spend decades in prison if found guilty of cocaine charges leveled against them in a federal indictment unsealed last week, according to a news release from a U.S. attorney.
The women were charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine, distribution of cocaine and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine.
Lisa Ann Rosenberg, 26, of North Platte, was charged with seven counts relating to cocaine distribution, the most serious of which could put her behind bars for 40 years.
Megan Elizabeth Miller, 18, possibly of Denver, was indicted on four counts. She also faces up to 40 years in prison on the most serious charge.
Rosenberg was arrested last week in North Platte and appeared in federal court in Lincoln on Thursday. She was held without bond and is scheduled for trial in November.
Authorities issued a warrant for Miller's arrest.
The alleged crimes took place between April 26 and June 14.