Glenns Ferry man sentenced for role in meth sale

August 27, 2013 

A Glenns Ferry man was sentenced to four years and five months in prison Tuesday for distributing methamphetamine.

Jaime Guerrero, 27, admitted to supplying a pound of meth to codefendant Raul Garcia-Rosales in 2011. Garcia-Rosales then sold the meth to an undercover officer at a Mountain Home truck stop.

Garcia-Rosales, of Mountain Home, was sentenced to 21 months in prison in June.

Guerrero pleaded guilty to the charge in November. In addition to his prison sentence, he has been ordered to spend five years under supervised release.

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