Charles Edward Cotten, Jr., 53, will spend 10 years in prison, then 25 years on supervised release.
Charles Edward Cotten, Jr., 52, was the former manager of the Bergmann Hotel and the husband of Penny Cotten, who died by gunshot last September.
A plea agreement entered Wednesday for a former Bergmann Hotel manager outlines the 2017 drug deals that led to his arrest. In the agreement, Charles Edward Cotten Jr. will plead guilty to all four counts of federal felony drug distribution. He admits to selling 112 grams of methamphetamine.
Charles Edward Cotten, Jr., 52, was indicted on four counts of distributing methamphetamine for allegedly distributing over 20 grams in May and June of 2017.
Death certificate issued for Penny Cotten reportedly lists cause of death as suicide by gunshot, but Juneau police say they investigate all unattended deaths as a homicide until proven otherwise.