Louisville Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty to Distributing Crack Cocaine
NOV 27 -- LOUISVILLE, KY - Robert Glenn, Jr., age 38, of 621 Montana Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, in Jefferson County, pled guilty to possession with intent to distribute and distribution of crack cocaine, U.S. Attorney David L. Huber of the Western District of Kentucky announced today.
Glenn pled guilty and admitted that on April 13, 2007, in Jefferson County, Kentucky, he knowingly and intentionally possessed with the intent to distribute and distributed 62 grams of crack cocaine, worth approximately $6,200 on the street.
This case began as an Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) investigation, utilizing a Cooperating Informant (CI), to pursue larger scale drug dealers. On April 13, 2007, LMPD detectives received information from the CI regarding Glenn, who was believed to have a quantity of crack cocaine on his person. Based upon this information, the LMPD detectives located Glenn and performed a traffic stop on him for reckless driving.
Upon stopping Glenn, the detectives asked him if he had any illegal substances on his person, to which Glenn patted his shirt pocket and the officers found approximately 62 grams of crack cocaine. The detectives also found a scale in Glenn’s vehicle.
The maximum potential penalties are life imprisonment, a $4,000,000 fine, and supervised release for a period of life; and the minimum potential penalties are 10 years imprisonment and supervised release for a period of at least 5 years.
The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Daniel P. Kinnicutt, and it was investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Louisville Metro Police Department.
The plea was entered before Charles R. Simpson, III, Judge, United States District Court, Louisville, Kentucky.
Glenn is scheduled to be sentenced before Judge Charles R. Simpson III on February 21, 2008, at 1:30 p.m., in Louisville, Kentucky.