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Glace sentenced to SCI on drug charges
Monday, December 10, 2012
A Curwensville man charged in the delivery of a controlled substance by mail was ordered to serve a period of incarceration in the state correctional institution.
Dennis C. Glace, 40, 355 Naulton Road, Curwensville, pleaded guilty to two cases of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, specifically marijuana, 28 grams and 3 pounds, and possession of drug paraphernalia before Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman. He was fined $1 on each charge and ordered to serve a total of two to four years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center, Pittsburgh.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, in July 2011, Pennsylvania State Police were notified by officers of the Postal Inspection Service of suspicious parcels being mailed to/from California from Curwensville, West Decatur and Clearfield post offices. The parcels were addressed to Glace's wife, Jacquelyn Peters. An investigation revealed that approximately 16 outbound parcels to California and 11 inbound parcels were mailed to post offices.
On Nov. 17, 2011, an investigator received information that a suspicious package addressed to Jackie Peters at the Curwensville post office from Del Rio, Calif., was being delivered. It was pulled from the mail system and a drug canine alerted on the package with investigators obtaining a search warrant to open it. Marijuana was located in the package and the next day Jackie Glace arrived at the post office to pick up the package. She was taken into custody at that time.
She was taken to her home and called Dennis Glace, who arrived to his residence and consented to a search of his residence and vehicle. He also admitted to the parcel and content belonging to him.
In October, Jacquelyn Glace pleaded guilty to two cases of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia and was placed on four years' probation.
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