What effect will this have on PA's top scoring applicant, AgriMed & Sterling Crockett . We at #BudSummit and #WyattLegal support the criminal justice system, but are these charges from the 90s relevant, simple oversight, or is this a #MeekMill situation... Your Call. 💨
Action News Investigates also found the CEO of one of those winning companies has a criminal history. Sterling Crockett won praise from elected officials last month when Agrimed Industries broke ground on its marijuana grow facility in Greene County.
Out of 177 companies that applied for a grower's license, the state gave Agrimed the top score.
But the state may not have been aware of something in Crockett's past.
Records show Crockett was CEO of Precision Abatement, a New York corporation, in the early 1990s.
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