Guthrie man will build homes for charity as community service work
A Guthrie man who pled guilty to growing marijuana will spend eight days in jail and 180 hours building homes for charity.
Perry Raymond Eddy, 51, was found to have 200 growing marijuana plants at two locations in northeast Hubbard County.
Judge Paul Rasmussen sentenced Eddy Monday to 10 days in jail with credit for two days served and 180 hours of community service, which Eddy will spend at Habitat for Humanity.
The organization builds homes for needy residents.
Sentencing will be stayed for five years while Eddy remains on probation.
He was arrested last fall.