Scottsbluff woman accused of concealing evidence in drug case
A 35-year-old Gering woman is accused of concealing evidence in a drug investigation.
Stacy Sevier has been charged with tampering with physical evidence, a Class IV felony.
According to an arrest affidavit, a Scotts Bluff County Sheriff’s deputy obtained calls between Sevier and an inmate, Shaun Turner, on Dec. 23. Turner allegedly asked the woman to destroy evidence, according to the affidavit. Turner and another man, David Loos, were arrested and face drug charges after investigators with the WING ((Western Nebraska Intelligence and Narcotics Group) task force allegedly located nearly 247 grams of suspected methamphetamine and nearly 16 grams of suspected marijuana at a Mitchell residence on Dec. 18
The woman was arrested and interviewed. Officers obtained a search warrant for the woman’s home, locating a DVR surveillance system taken from Turner’s Mitchell residence, as well as a silver smoking device with presumed marijuana inside the home, as well as gold coins that authorities identified as proceeds from narcotic sales. Deputies also allegedly located debit cards belonging to Turner and anther man, David Loos.
Sevier was arraigned on charges Wednesday in Scotts Bluff County Court and is next scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 4.
Her bond in the case was set at $5,000.