Aaron Sandusky, the former owner of the G3 Holistic medical marijuana dispensary, was sentenced Jan. 7 to 10 years in prison for operating facilities in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley.

Sandusky was convicted in October on federal charges of conspiracy to manufacture and possess with intent to distribute marijuana.

Five other defendants in the case pleaded guilty before the trial began.

Here's an update on their cases:


Name: Paul Neumann Brownbridge, 30, of Upland

Plea: Guilty to conspiracy to manufacture and possess with intent to distribute marijuana. Admitted that the scheme involved more than 1,000 plants.

Faces: 10 years to life

Sentencing date: April 15

Bio: Worked at G3's Ontario warehouse.


Name:
Brandon Anton Gustafson, 31, of Yucaipa

Plea: Guilty to maintaining a drug-involved premises

Faces: Maximum sentence of 20 years

Sentencing: Jan. 28

Bio: Worked at G3's Ontario warehouse


Name:
Richard Irwin Kirchnavy, 45, of Rancho Cucamonga

Plea: Guilty to conspiracy to manufacture and possess with intent to distribute marijuana. Admitted the scheme involved more than 1,000 plants.

Faces: 10 years to life

Sentencing date: Feb. 25

Bio: Worked at G3's Ontario warehouse.


Name:
John Leslie Nuckolls II, 32, of Rialto

Plea: Guilty to conspiracy to manufacture and possess with intent to distribute marijuana. Admitted that the scheme involved more than 1,000 plants.

Faces: 10 years to life

Sentencing date: Jan. 28

Bio: Founder and owner of G3 Holistic and called himself its chief financial officer.


Name:
Keith Alan Sandusky, 45, of Rancho Cucamonga

Plea: Guilty to conspiracy to manufacture and possess with intent to distribute marijuana. Admitted that the scheme involved more than 1,000 plants.

Faces: 10 years to life

Sentencing date: March 18

Bio: Aaron Sandusky's brother was in charge of the day-to-day marijuana distribution of G3 Holistic.


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