A Sioux City couple, who conspired to distribute meth, has pleaded guilty in federal court.
49-year-old William Sun, and 55-year-old Mavis Juarez, were convicted of conspiracy to distribute meth and one count of distributing meth. They admitted their involvement in a conspiracy from last year through April 20-12 that distributed more than 50 grams of meth in the Sioux City area.
They also admitted to four other separate occasions of distributing meth last year to an individual cooperating with law enforcement.
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