Marijuana Grower Who Damaged Native American Site Sentenced
June 12, 2017
A man who was busted growing an estimated 8,000 marijuana plants on a Native American archeological site in northern California was sentenced June 5, according to reports.
Carlos Piedra-Murillo, 30, was sentenced by a Fresno judge to more than two years in prison and a $5,000 penalty, the Associated Press reported. The money is slated to to help the U.S. Forest Service repair the area damaged by the grow site.