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A bowling alley owner who turned his Nanticoke lanes into a pot-growing greenhouse must serve 30 months in prison, a federal judge said today.
George Ellis, 60, pleaded guilty in May to growing more than 1,000 marijuana plants at the . Bowl-A-Rama and using phony bank accounts to conceal the profits from his drug-dealing enterprise.
In addition to the prison time, Ellis must serve three years on probation and pay $700 in fines and assessment fees.
Police executed a search warrant on . Bowl-A-Rama on Nov. 20, 2009, seizing 1,151 marijuana plants, 3 pounds of processed marijuana and about $100,000 in cash.
Federal authorities said the raid was part of an investigation into a large-scale, multi-state marijuana growing operation.
According to federal prosecutors, starting around Feb. 20, 2008, Ellis deposited about $183,520 in proceeds from interstate commerce - drug transactions - into bank accounts in the name of Ellis Investments Inc., in an attempt to "conceal and disguise the nature, location, source ownership and control" of the money.
Under federal sentencing guidelines, Ellis could have faced up to life in prison and a fine of $ million.
Ellis, however, agreed to cooperate with federal authorities, making him eligible for the lighter sentence.

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