LINCOLN, Neb. -- A Grand Island man was sentenced for possession of cocaine and fentanyl with the intent to distribute, and possession of firearms in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. 

According to court documents, 20-year-old Mohamed Gamar Ahmed will serve nine years with a five-year term of supervised release after. 

On March 28, 2022, officers with the Grand Island Police Department responded to a call, upon arrival they found a juvenile female unconscious and not breathing.  They began administering CPR.

According to court documents, the juvenile male who was there when police arrived at the residence, told them he bought a blue pill from Ahmed, which the juveniles believed was Percocet. Within minutes of taking the drug, the female began showing signs of an overdose and became unconscious.

After getting a search warrant, officers found loaded handguns, digital scales, plastic bags used for packaging drugs, ammunition, about 1.2 pounds of marijuana, THC vape pens, 31 grams of cocaine, and around 30 suspected Percocet pills in Ahmed's residence. Testing completed by the Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory showed the suspected Percocet pills contained fentanyl.