Gillette man sentenced for meth possession


August 8, 2019

A disappearing shave kit and an unusual excuse for using meth has led to a suspended sentence for Gary Otto of Gillette on a felony charge of possession, third or subsequent offense.

On September 1, 2018, the trooper was parked near milepost 152 on I-90 when a vehicle passed him without a light to illuminate the license plate and with a cracked tail light. On conducting a traffic stop, the trooper allegedly saw a shave bag on the front seat. According to court reports, Otto claimed to be traveling from Sundance, where he had intended to visit an attorney but hadn’t been able to find him....

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