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Scottsbluff woman sentenced to prison following April meth arrest | KRVN Radio

Scottsbluff woman sentenced to prison following April meth arrest

Scottsbluff woman sentenced to prison following April meth arrest
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A 35-year-old Scottsbluff woman was sentenced to three to five years in prison this morning following her April arrest.

Melissa Miller-Ramirez was arrested after Scottsbluff Police executed a search warrant on a home on West 20th Street. Police ended up finding five baggies with methamphetamine in it- totaling 18.6 grams.

In August, she pleaded no contest to a Class 1D Felony charge of: Possession of Methamphetamine ( 10- 27 grams). On Tuesday, she was sentenced to three to five years in prison on the conviction, and received credit for 175 days already served.

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