BOISE -- A Boise methamphetamine dealer was sentenced to nearly nine years in federal prison Tuesday.
Jeffery Anthony Arguello, 47, admitted to possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and unlawful possession of a firearm in August.
Federal prosecutors say Arguello had 61 grams of meth than he planned to sell to another person. Police also found a 16 gauge Winchester shotgun, a a loaded JPC .40 caliber pistol and a loaded magazine in Arguello's bedroom during a search of his home in December.
As a convicted felon, Arguello was barred from possessing any firearm.
The defendant was ordered to spend 105 months on supervised release after his 105-month stint behind bars is finished.
The case was investigated by Boise Police, Meridian Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.