Colorado Man Gets Nebraska Prison Time For Drugs

SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — A Colorado man who made a deal with prosecutors has been given 30 to 48 months in Nebraska prison for selling drugs near a school in the Nebraska Panhandle.

Online court records say 27-year-old Aaron VonWolff, of Yuma, Colo., was sentenced last week in Cheyenne County District Court.

VonWolff was charged with selling drugs near North Elementary School in Sidney last October. In return for his guilty plea, prosecutors dropped two counts and reduced a third count.

The judge gave him credit for 136 days served in jail while awaiting trial and sentencing.

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