YORK – Greyson Magee, 20, of Chapel Hill, N.C., will pay a $1,000 fine for attempted drug possession and he will leave York County with a drug conviction on his record.
Magee, along with his attorney, Richard Calkins, appeared in York County District Court this week, as he stood charged with a Class 4 felony. He was facing a possible maximum sentence of two years in prison.
But the charge was amended as part of a plea agreement. Magee pleaded no contest to attempted possession of concentrated cannabis, which is a Class 1 misdemeanor.
According to court documents and the factual basis proceedings provided by York County Attorney Christopher Johnson, Magee was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped by state patrol troopers during a ruse check-point exercise on Interstate 80.
Magee was found to be in the possession of cannabis products, residue and a presser (a piece of equipment associated with marijuana use, Johnson explained).
“Documents indicate a very minimal criminal background, do