Former Owner of Port City Music Hall Sentenced to 7.5 Years For Drug Trafficking
According to the Portland Press Herald, Rob Evon, former owner of Port City Music Hall, was arrested in 2013 for his role in drug trafficking and smuggling of cocaine, marijuana and LSD while he still owned Port City. he was sentenced yesterday to 7½ years.
He received a much lighter sentence than originally recommended. Back in March, sentencing originally called for 14-17½ years.
Evon admitted that he arranged to have two soda vending machines filled with about 78 kilograms of cocaine (street value, approximately $2.7 million) and then delivered from Los Angeles to a warehouse in New Jersey. Read the full article from the Portland Press Herald here.