GPS Device helps put man behind bars - Scottsbluff Area News, Sports, and Weather

GPS Device helps put man behind bars

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GPS Devices can help you get around, but law enforcement officers used one for something else, to catch a criminal.

This Summer WING Investigators attached a GPS Device to a vehicle suspected of being used in drug trafficking.

The wing task force learned about the trafficking from a Confidential Informant.

A Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Deputy stopped the car on Highway 91 and smelled Marijuana in the car. WING Task Members searched the vehicle and found more than a pound of Marijuana.

27 year old Robert Taylor, the driver, was in court this week.

He agreed to a Plea Agreement on drug charges but pleaded no contest to attempted delivery of a controlled substance.

Taylor's sentencing is scheduled on February 4th.  

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