GavelOne Fort Dodge man will spend 10 years in federal prison for drug dealing, while another has escaped prison time on a gun charge.

Forty-one-year-old John Quillen Junior pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, admitting he was involved in both distributing and selling meth between January and November of 2014.

The meth he help distribute and the meth he sold totaled around two pounds. Quillen had previously been convicted of a felony charge of distributing meth in 1999. He was sentenced to 120 months in federal prison, where there is no parole.

The other Fort Dodge man, 25-year-old Jacob Blaze Jamison, was sentenced to one year of probation after he admitted to buying guns for a felon and then not telling the truth about it. Jamison admitted he bought two nine millimeter handguns for William “Billy'” Rees. Rees is a convicted felon and not able to buy guns.