March 12, 2012
Elijah Joseph Persons
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A 22-year-old Steamboat Springs man involved with selling heroin has been sentenced to four years at a community corrections facility because he violated probation.
The younger of two brothers who pleaded guilty to dealing heroin in Steamboat Springs was sentenced last week to eight years in the Correctional Alternative Placement Services program in Craig.
The older of the two brothers accused of dealing heroin in Steamboat Springs has been sentenced to 90 days in Routt County Jail and seven years of probation.
The two brothers accused of dealing heroin in Steamboat Springs have reached agreements with the Routt County District Attorney’s Office.
Routt County Judge James Garrecht has dismissed two charges related to money laundering against the older of two Steamboat Springs brothers accused of dealing heroin.
A preliminary hearing Wednesday and Thursday and recently unsealed documents reveal what police say led to the arrests of two Steamboat Springs brothers accused of dealing heroin.
Additional details about the heroin distribution charges filed against three Steamboat Springs men could be brought to light during preliminary hearings next week.
The Routt County District Attorney’s Office on Wednesday filed 22 felony charges against four Steamboat Springs men arrested Friday night.
Three Steamboat Springs men have been arrested on suspicion of their involvement in heroin distribution. The All Crimes Enforcement Team drug task force arrested the men Friday night after a six-week investigation.