Steamboat Springs A man and wife from the Front Range who admitted in court that they brought cocaine and methamphetamines into Routt County with the intention of distributing them will be sentenced July 24.
Jimmie George Scantlin and his wife, Patricia Ann, of Lakewood were arrested in April in the parking lot of Haymaker Golf Course after a six-month operation by a regional drug task force.
An undercover officer met with the couple in the parking lot where, according to court documents, they agreed to sell the officer 2 ounces each of methamphetamines and cocaine for a total of $4,500.
Upon sentencing, Jimmie Scantlin faces 4 to 16 years in prison, a mandatory parole of five years, 48 hours of public service, and fines of up to $750,000.
Patricia Scantlin faces between two and six years in prison, a three-year mandatory parole as well as 48 hours of public service. Her bond was set at $20,000.
Both Scantlins are in Routt County Jail awaiting sentencing.
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