A 34-year-old man was sentenced Thursday to four years in federal prison in connection with a drug case.
The Sauk County Sheriff's Office said Uriel Sangabriel-Alarcon, a citizen of Mexico, was sentenced for conspiracy to possess cocaine with intent to distribute.
According to a release, Sangabriel-Alarcon pleaded guilty to the offense on in June. Sangabriel-Alarcon was arrested Dec. 13 last year in Belvidere, Ill., where he had agreed to meet with a police informant to sell him one-half kilogram of cocaine.
When Sangabriel-Alarcon arrived in a car with his wife and 2-year-old son, he was arrested with the drugs that he had hidden in the car, officials said. Police recovered other evidence tying him to an ongoing drug conspiracy in Sauk County, including multiple false identification documents under name Noe Lopez.