GREAT FALLS, Mont. (NMB) – A Havre man has been indicted by a grand jury in U.S. District Court based on allegations that he possessed and intended to distribute methamphetamine and fentanyl in Hill County.
Brandon Wayne Glover, 38, was indicted on May 6th on the charges of possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, distribution of methamphetamine, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense and felon in possession of firearm.
Court documents allege that between November 1st and December 22nd of 2020, Glover knowingly possessed and intended to distribute 50 or more grams of methamphetamine as well as a detectable amount of fentanyl. Glover is also alleged to have possessed a Hi Point Model CF390, a 380 caliber pistol, in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime and after previously being convicted of a felony.
Glover’s arraignment is set for July 22nd in Great Falls.
In April 2014, Glover was sentenced to 80 months in prison and 60 months of supervised release after being convicted of a felony for distributing meth in Havre. Court documents state that Glover was put on supervised release in February 2019, but has been accused of violating the conditions of release on numerous occasions.
At a revocation hearing in April 2020, Glover was ordered to be incarcerated for six months, followed by 54 months of supervised release. Following his release, Glover was arrested again on December 22nd, 2020 following a traffic stop in Havre and was arrested on allegations of driving under the influence. A petition filed to District Court argued that Glover violated 11 conditions of his release.
A petition for a warrant for Glover’s arrest claims that authorities found over $12,000 cash, a pistol, over 170 oxycodone pills and over 400 grams of suspected meth in a Havre motel room. Authorities obtained a search warrant for the room after finding out that he had stayed there in the week leading up to his December 22nd arrest.
At a court hearing in January, Glover’s supervised release was again revoked, and he was ordered to serve 10 months in prison.