Scottsbluff woman is arrested for involvement in drug delivery ring

The investigation began with a WING Drug Task Force search of a residence on Terry Boulevard (Source Scotts Bluff County Detention Center)
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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - (KNEP) - A Scottsbluff woman faces a conspiracy to possess an illegal substance with the intent to deliver charge stemming for a task force search.

According to the affidavit, WING drug task force was serving a search warrant on Terry Boulevard in Scottsbluff. Inside the residence they located 100 grams of methamphetamine as well as another 10 grams inside a safe found in the bedroom of the residence.

Court documents detail the residence is listed under Tammy Anthony’s name with Scott Johnson also found inside at the time of the search. Anthony spoke to an officer and stated Johnson travels to Colorado to purchase meth and transport it back to a house in the 2800 block of Avenue H.

The Affidavit reveals officers executed a search warrant of the house on Avenue H and located a pound of meth and two digital scales typically used to weigh the illegal substance for sale. Officers also located a phone inside which they determined to belong to Johnson.

Text messages from that phone allegedly showcase messages sent between Johnson, Anthony and another person from Colorado about the sale and pickup of methamphetamine. More messages allege Johnson was making a separate trip to purchase a pound of narcotics.

The affidavit details approximately a pound of meth was recovered from the home on Avenue H on August 9th.

Anthony is facing a conspiracy to possess meth with the intent to deliver in an amount of more than 140 grams which is punishable by 20 years to life in prison. Friday her bond was set at $50,000.