Gardnerville man pleads guilty in drug trafficking
July 11, 2014
A Gardnerville man faces up to 12 years in prison after he admitted Tuesday to two counts of trafficking in methamphetamine.
Casey Sean White, 30, pleaded guilty to the two counts. In exchange for his plea, prosecutors have agreed to recommend a sentence of 2-5 years to run concurrent.
White was arrested in connection with the sale of methamphetamine on two occasions, once on Aug. 29, 2013, and again on Feb. 5.
White was allowed to remain out on bail until his sentencing.
■ A Lovelock woman was ordered to attend drug court as a condition of her bail on Tuesday.
Charlsie Duffy, 25, admitted to possession of stolen property and writing bad checks. She faces up to nine years in prison on the two charges. She was arrested Feb. 5 in the Walmart with the fake checks written to her from Walmart, Target and Sharkey's. She also forged checks from Humboldt County, Lowes and Home Depot for
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She is set for sentencing on Sept. 2.
■ A Sparks man denied a charge of trafficking in methamphetamine and will face a Feb. 11, 2015, trial date.
Jamie Kirkpatrick, 47, was free on $10,000 bond after his June 15 arrest on Johnson Lane near Highway 395.
He was back in custody on Wednesday by order of District Court Judge Tod Young.