4,200 Plants Found In Utah, Man Faces Life In Prison

As reported by the Salt Lake City Tribune, Roman Juarez-Sanchez of Compton, California, is facing life in prison for over 4,200 cannabis plants found on U.S. Forest land in Iron County, Utah. 19661363_BG1His sentencing is set for April 1st.

Two other individuals have pleaded guilty to manufacturing/cultivating a controlled substance, and Juarez-Sanchez faces a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison.

The DEA, who are clearly proud of themselves that a man faces life in prison for growing a non-lethal part of nature, called the bust a “victory”.

– TheJointBlog

1 thought on “4,200 Plants Found In Utah, Man Faces Life In Prison”

  1. I am 56 yrs. old and i still do a month or two every year or so for pot..maybe now that people see the ‘Hemp’ potential in medicine and all the other hemp products this kind of stuff will slow down.


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