On Friday Judge Frank Fasel doubled Allan James Waters' prison sentence from 16 months to 32 months. Waters, aged 33, is a former Orange County California sheriff deputy. The judge’s decision to give Waters a longer sentence was influenced after Waters showed up drunk in court to face his DUI charge last month.
The former Laguna Niguel resident pleaded guilty on April 7, 2011 to multiple accounts. Waters is being charged for:
What do you think of when you read the below lineup. This is the lineup for a "420 festival" to be held on April 23rd in Silverado (Orange County, California). But, clearly times have changed because this is a hard core electronica lineup and we think the stoners in Marin County who coined the term "four twenty" (referring to a daily ritual - not a police code) probably sue for misrepresentation.
The drugs at this festival will be plentiful and they will include cocaine, meth, ecstasy, LSD, and probably - a ton of pot too.