An Edgewater woman arrested June 2 on suspicion of cocaine possession was sentenced Tuesday in Routt County Court.
Audrey Anna DeCamillis, 18, was arrested at the Steamboat Springs KOA campground on suspicion of possession of a Schedule 2 substance with the intent to distribute.
Steamboat Springs police Officer Dwight Murphy responded to a call that a man was having a seizure at the campground at 7:36 a.m. June 2.
The man, Scott Barger, 30, was taken to Yampa Valley Medical Center after DeCamillis told police that Barger had ingested an unknown amount of cocaine the night before. The two had been traveling together.
Police Capt. Joel Rae said that a search of the vehicle revealed a small digital scale, less than 1 ounce of cocaine, plastic baggies and 54 ounces of cutting material, which is mixed with cocaine to increase the product.
DeCamillis appeared Tuesday in Routt County Court, where she plea-bargained the original charge to a lesser charge of possession of 1 to 8 ounces of marijuana, which is a misdemeanor instead of felony.
According to court documents, DeCamillis was sentences to 365 days in the Routt County Jail and was ordered to complete 24 hours of public service.
As a condition of DeCamilllis's bond, she was ordered to have no contact with Barger and one year of supervised probation in addition to about $800 of courts costs.