Thank You! Montana Drug Dealer Taken Off Streets And Off To Jail
Another drug dealer has been taken off the streets of Montana. I don't care what you are selling, we don't have time for this nonsense in our state.
After longer than usual wait times to see a sentencing date, Gerardo Gutierrez is finally seeing his time behind bars.
The U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Montana released the following statement regarding the Gutierrez case:
A Bozeman man who admitted to selling methamphetamine and cocaine to approximately 10 people in the Gallatin Valley for about a year was sentenced today to four years in prison, to be followed by four years of supervised release, U.S. Attorney Jesse Laslovich said.
Gerardo Gutierrez, 21, pleaded guilty in November 2021 to possession with intent to distribute meth.
U.S. District Judge Dana L. Christensen presided.
In court documents, the government alleged that in July 2020, Gutierrez sold meth twice to a confidential informant. When interviewed, Gutierrez told law enforcement he had been dealing meth for another person for approximately one year and estimated he dealt an average of one ounce a week of both meth and cocaine, which is about 3.25 pounds of each drug, and sold to 10 different people. -U.S. Attorney's Office
Thanks to Project Safe Neighborhood, we are able to reduce violent crime and gun violence and make our neighborhoods safer for everyone. With the intention of bringing all levels of law enforcement together, we are able to look forward to safer streets here in Montana.
Thank you to our Montana law enforcement for all of the long shifts, missed life events, and putting their lives in danger every day to keep us safe.