Judge Darrow Glaser ordered that Stottlemyer serve his sentence in the Washington County Detention Center. He will be on probation for two years once he is released.
Court records indicate that information was received from several sources that Stottlemyer was going to take illegal drugs into the prison on June 1, 1996, court records said.
At 8:55 a.m. that day, Stottlemyer entered the institution and was ordered to the warden's office, court records said. There Stottlemyer submitted to a search.
One plastic baggie containing marijuana was found in his right boot, court records said. Another baggie with marijuana came out of his left boot, court records said. The total weight was 27 grams, court records said.
Stottlemyer was charged by Sgt. K.L. Cain of the Division of Correction internal investigation division.
DOC spokesman Maxine Eldridge said at the time of his arrest that employees in such situations are suspended without pay pending the outcome of criminal proceedings.
As of Tuesday, Stottlemyer was no longer employed with the Division of Correction, according to DOC officials.
The contraband charge carried a possible maximum penalty of three years in prison, a $1,000 fine or both.
Roxbury is a medium-security prison south of Hagerstown.