Sidney High student charged with dealing marijuana

Court documents: Alleged buys were made through Facebook

 

A hearing for a 19-year-old Sidney man accused of selling marijuana was called off Thursday afternoon after his attorney met with the prosecution.

Zachary Borges, a Sidney High School senior, is next scheduled to appear in Cheyenne County Court on May 28 at 1:30 p.m. for a status hearing. Borges is represented by Sidney lawyer Donald Miller, who was out of the office on Friday and unavailable for comment.

Borges was arrested Sept. 4 after an investigation by the Sidney Police Department and is charged with delivery/intent to deliver controlled substance, a Class III felony.

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guest01 writes:

Let us remember that there are no marijuana deaths on record. Yet, every year 88,000 American's die from alcohol, which is perfectly legal. The government will also gladly place a rifle in this young man's and award him a hero's medal if he goes and shoots people in a foreign land, so we can take their natural resources, instead of just paying a fair price. Hypocrisy is what we teach our young.

 
 
 

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