Carson man faces 10 years to life for trafficking meth | NevadaAppeal.com

Carson man faces 10 years to life for trafficking meth

Special to the Nevada Appeal

Joshua Grow

A jury convicted a Carson City man of trafficking 28 or more grams of methamphetamine Monday.

Joshua Grow faces as few as 10 years and as long as life in prison and a fine of up to $500,000. He cannot receive probation.

The state's case was based on evidence that connected Grow to a container of meth.

The container was designed to be concealed in the driver's-side door panel of Grow's car and was tied to the him via witness testimony and photographic evidence.

Grow will be sentenced Feb. 3.

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