Two sentenced on federal charges.

27 year old Nathan Jackson and his 20 year old sister, Hailey Jelinek of Fairbanks, have been sentenced on federal drug charges.
Jackson was orderd to serve 123 months in prison and three years of supervised release.
 He had previously pleaded guilty to both counts of an indictment charging him with drug conspiracy and money laundering.
Jelinek was sentenced to six months in prison and three years of supervised release.
She had previously pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy.
 
The U. S. Attorneys Office said officers seized over $350,000 in cash  from Jackson and his co-conspirators, as well as a 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe, a 2001 Toyota 4-Runner, two 2003 Sea-Doo Personal Watercraft, and an accompanying trailer. As part of their sentence, Jackson and Jelinek forfeited any ownership interest they may have had in these items.
 
The investigation of this case was conducted by the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Alaska State Troopers, and the North Pole Police Department.