One of the men charged with growing pot at the Frontier Culture Museum has pleaded guilty.
Matthew Meissinger, 26, pleaded guilty in Augusta County Circuit Court Monday to a charge of intent to sell and distribute marijuana. Meissinger won't serve any time behind bars, but he will be on supervised probation and lose his license for six months.
Meissinger's counterpart, Harold Morris III, met the same fate in court last month.
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Friday, March 7 2014 4:54 PM EST2014-03-07 21:54:30 GMT
Virginia's 6'4'' 282 pound 5-star freshman recruit, Andrew Brown, has been showing up big time as the 'Hoos started spring practice this week. Brown already signed his grant-in-aid which is why he wasFull Story
Brown already signed his grant-in-aid which is why he was able to enroll early at UVa and participate in spring practice.Full Story