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Scottsbluff man faces up to 95 years in prison for drug charges

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A Scottsbluff man faces up to 95 years in prison after police seized a variety of drugs during a traffic stop.  

37-year old Glenn Condon is charged with three counts of distribution of a controlled substance.

On Friday, Scottsbluff Police Officer Matthew Broderick pulled over Condon. When Broderick approached the vehicle he detected the odor of marijuana emitting from the truck.

A search of the vehicle led to the discovery of 0.4 pounds of marijuana, 4.2 grams of cocaine, and 12 oxycodone tablets.

The distribution of a controlled substance of marijuana and oxycodone are both Class III felonies and carry penalties ranging from 1-20 years in prison on each charge, along with penalties up to $25,000.

The distribution of a controlled substance of cocaine is a Class II felony, and carries a prison sentence of 1-50 years.

Condon was also charged for driving under suspension, a Class IV felony and could face a sentence of 0-5 years imprisonment, and/or a $10,000 fine.

A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Thursday at 11:30 in Scotts Bluff County Court.  

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