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An indictment unsealed Monday accuses a 38-year-old Lincoln man of conspiring to distribute meth, including nearly a quarter-pound he allegedly got in the mail last year.

Andrew Spiehs already had been facing state charges.

According to court records, Spiehs faces a two-count federal indictment charging him with conspiracy to distribute/possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of a methamphetamine mixture and possession of 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.

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In court records, Lincoln police said Jan. 31, 2018, they did a controlled delivery of a package addressed to Spiehs that was intercepted by the U.S. Postal Inspector containing a quarter-pound of meth.

Police said they arrested Spiehs after he took the package inside his home and they served a search warrant and found the package open.

Investigators believe he had gotten drugs in the mail before.

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