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SARATOGA, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming man has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges including child endangerment after bringing a baby to a suspected drug deal.
The Rawlins Daily Times reported Wednesday that 34-year-old Andrew Engle faces up to 37 years in prison and $45,000 in fines after being charged with felony possession of meth, delivery of a controlled substance and other charges.
Authorities say his 30-year-old girlfriend Kelly Sachtjen was also charged with child endangerment.
A confidential informant says the couple arrived for the deal at a retail parking lot in June with a child in the back seat.
Authorities say Sachtjen temporarily removed the child from the vehicle while the informant exchanged $900 for a meth-filled Cheetos bag.
A trial date for Engle has not yet been scheduled.
Attorneys were not mentioned.
Information from: Rawlins Times, http://www.rawlinstimes.com
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