BRANDON GLOVER SENTENCED TO OVER 6 YEARS IN PRISON FOR DISTRIBUTING METHAMPHETAMINE IN HAVRE
The United States Attorney's Office announced that on April 24, 2014, in Great Falls, BRANDON WAYNE GLOVER, 31, of Havre, was sentenced to a term of 80 months' imprisonment to be followed by five years of supervised release by U.S. District Judge Brian M. Morris. Glover was sentenced following his January 9, 2014, guilty plea to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jessica Betley told the Court that Havre law enforcement began the investigation into Brandon Glover's suspected drug activities in early 2010, when a witness told the officers that she had purchased ten grams of methamphetamine directly from the defendant. In February 2011, agents made undercover drug purchases from Glover. The investigation established that Glover often traveled to Billings to pick up methamphetamine. On one occasion, an informant observed Glover with approximately 100 baggies, each of which contained one gram of methamphetamine, packaged for sale.
Numerous witnesses told law enforcement they regularly purchased a half gram to a gram of methamphetamine from Glover and other witnesses would have testified that Glover recruited them to sell methamphetamine for him. From the year 2010, until at least October 2011, Glover possessed with the intent to distribute, at a minimum, over 50 grams of a substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine.
This investigation was conducted by the Havre Police Department and the Tri-Agency Task Force.