ANCHORAGE - A Seattle man is facing 20 years behind bars after being convicted of conspiring to bring methamphetamine to Ketchikan.
Ramon Hueso, 27, was found guilty this week in federal court.
Prosecutors say Hueso was to provide methamphetamine for his accomplices. The group planned to ship 22 ounces of meth to Ketchikan by courier and sell it.
The street value of the drugs was about $56,000.
Hueso is expected to be sentenced Dec. 17. He is facing a mandatory minimum of 20 years in prison.