One man sentenced, two plead guilty related to June arrest in Stanton
STANTON, Neb. – Three northeast Nebraska men face potential prison time related to a June incident in which six people were arrested in Stanton County.
41-year-old Jeremy DeWitt of Norfolk was sentenced to six months behind bars for attempted possession of methamphetamine. He was arrested by the Stanton County Sheriff’s Office in June at a Stanton residence.
29-year-old Dylan Bolte of Stanton and 29-year-old Seth Gatewood of Oakland each pleaded guilty to separate charges related to the June arrest.
Bolte entered a guilty plea to attempted possession of methamphetamine and faces up to a year in jail when he is sentenced later this year.
Gatewood pleaded guilty to two felony counts of theft. He remains in custody and will be sentenced in November.