Kettle receives prison time for growing pot


Rob Langrell / Publisher of the Sun-Telegraph

Floyd Kettle leaves the courtroom Tuesday in custody after receiving 18 to 36 months in prison.

Floyd Kettle was sentenced in Cheyenne County District Court on Tuesday to 18 to 36 months imprisonment for growing marijuana.

The sentence was handed down by Judge Derek Weimer after Kettle pleaded guilty to the offense in April following a plea agreement with the county attorney's office. In exchange, two counts of delivery or distribution of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a park were dropped.

While arguing for a term of incarceration at Tuesday's sentencing, Chief Deputy County Attorney Jon Stellar said a pre-sentencing report indicated Kettle was at a high risk to reoffend.

"He said he...

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guest01 writes:

Interested in how many pounds the 35 plants come to. Also interested in how much he sold.


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