An 47-year old Alhambra man is facing at least 15 years imprisonment after pleading guilty to three felony offenses in federal court on Thursday. Gene Scott Crawford pleaded guilty to unlawful manufacture and possession with intent to distribute marijuana; possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime; and money laundering according to U.S. Attorney Stephen R. Wigginton.
In addition to his prison term, Crawford will also serve up to 10 years of supervised release and pay a fine of up to $750,000. He will also have to forfeit a little more than $99-thousand in U.S. currency he allegedly obtained through the manufacturing and or distribution of marijuana. He will be sentenced on October 26th.