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Two California Residents Get Six Years in Prison For Possession 65 Pounds of Pot

March 22, 2017

Two California residents arrested for possession of 65 pounds of marijuana in their Vandalia motel room have been sentenced to prison. 20-year-old Christina Phaaviseth of Redding, California and 18-year-old Joana Rebollar-Limon were both sentenced in Fayette County Court Monday to six years in prison after pleading guilty to unlawful possession of cannabis. Vandalia Police discovered a large amount of pot when responding to a disturbance at the Economy Inn on North Sixth Street where they were spending the night on a trip from California to Ohio.

Two others were also sentenced to prison time after pleading guilty in Fayette County Court to drug charges. 56-year-old Danny Dutton of Vandalia was sentenced to four years in prison for possession of methamphetamine. 34-year-old Tyler Dunaway of Vandalia was sentenced to 30 months in prison for unlawful possession of meth. The sentence will be served concurrently with a one-year sentence for criminal damage to government supported property and a two-year prison term for escape handed down in connection with two other Fayette County cases.

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