A woman arrested in a sweep of gang members and their associates appeared in Douglas County Court on Monday.
Candace Fuller, 28, is one of 18 people arrested or sought as part of a joint effort between Omaha police and the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to crack down on illegal guns and drugs in north Omaha.
Dubbed Operation Wipe It Down — street slang for the illegal exchange of guns — the sweep took aim at known gang members and those who helped arm them with handguns, rifles and shotguns.
Most of those targeted by authorities are facing federal charges. However, Fuller is one of three people charged in Douglas County. She is accused of possessing and intending to deliver cocaine.
Judge Sheryl Lohaus set Fuller’s bail at $125,000. That means Fuller must pay $12,500, or 10 percent, to be released from jail.