The sentencing hearing for Lance Gloor, owner of the former KPN Cross medical marijuana dispensary in Key Center, has been delayed until June 17 in federal court in Tacoma.

Gloor was found guilty in January of growing marijuana and conspiracy to distribute. He was acquitted of conspiracy to commit money laundering and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, but faces a mandatory minimum five to 40 years in prison. According to court records, Gloor was arrested in 2010 when police discovered 70 pot plants and a firearm at his Gig Harbor home. While awaiting trial in state court, Gloor and two others operated four medical marijuana dispensaries in Tacoma, Lacey, Seattle and Key Center. State and federal investigators found the nonprofit dispensaries were not in compliance with state or federal law.

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