Warren receives sentence

Tracy Warren was sentenced to time in the Wyoming State Penitentiary after pleading guilty to conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance of methamphetamine and fleeing or attempting to elude police officers.

Warren appeared for sentencing in the Third District Court of Judge Suzannah Robinson Monday, March 11. He was sentenced to 7-12 years for the count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance of methamphetamine and 2-4 years for the count of fleeing or attempting to elude police officers. The two sentences are to be served concurrently. Warren will receive credit for 299 days served to be applied to both counts. The sentence was part of a plea agreement that dismissed other counts initially brought against Warren.

"I find that probation is not warranted," Judge Robinson told Warren, adding "I'm sure you know why. Your criminal history is not good."

She noted that Warren has had an ongoing criminal history for the past 20 years and that he has had multiple batteries and violent offenses. She said she hopes he'll start making changes in his life once he gets out.

Warren was arrested May 18, 2023 and pleaded guilty during a change of plea hearing on October 5, 2023.

 

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