ANCHORAGE - Two Anchorage residents have admitted being drug traffickers.
Federal prosecutors say 26-year-old Stafford Eugene Anderson II, and 28-year-old Steven Spencer Miller pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges relating to a drug-trafficking conspiracy.
The drug conspiracy involved the distribution of crack cocaine.
Prosecutors say the two worked together on six occasions to sell crack cocaine.
They each face mandatory minimum sentences of 10 years and perhaps life in prison. They also could be fined as much as $4 million.
Miller and Anderson will be sentenced in federal court in Anchorage in early January.