A Welling man is scheduled to be formally arraigned next week on a count of unlawful delivery of a narcotic.
Prosecutors allege Clinton W. Montgomery provided methamphetamine to another person on May 20. Tahlequah police investigated the incident and provided the district attorney’s office with a report.
Montgomery, 38, was granted a deferred three-year judgment in March 2008 when he pleaded no contest to possession of a controlled drug. The charge was originally possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute.
Montgomery represented himself in the plea hearing before Special District Judge Holli Wells. He is on probation on the charge until March 2011.
Unlawful delivery of a narcotic is punishable by imprisonment for five years to life and/or a fine of up to $100,000. Montgomery has posted a $15,000 bond.
His next court date will be set at the June 29 arraignment scheduled for 1 p.m.