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Two Dutch citizens were arrested last week in search of Area 51 have been convicted and sentenced on Monday to just three days in the county jail after, police say, they will be sent back to the Netherlands.
It Sweep, in the 21st, and the Tires are Granzier, 20, were convicted and sentenced to one year in jail with all but 10 days suspended after she pleaded guilty to trespassing and illegal parking, both misdemeanor charges.
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But Nye County District Attorney Chris Arabia, said the couple will only have to serve three days as part of a plea deal that will continue to defer for up to seven days of their sentence to each defendant’s agreement to pay $2280 in fines.
It Sweep, in the 21st, and the Tires are Granzier, 20, were convicted and sentenced to one year in jail with all but 10 days suspended after she pleaded guilty to trespassing and illegal parking, but the couple will only have to serve three days as part of a plea deal that will continue to suspend operations to seven days of their sentence.
(Nye County Sheriff’s Office)
Sweep, and Granzier, they, too, have been forced into the loss of all the electrical equipment they had as part of the drug deal, which is set to be released on Thursday.
Arabia, said the charge of conspiracy to commit a violation would have to be made on the condition that she stay away from all of the events that are in the vicinity of, or in connection with, the Nevada National Security Site, and that they are not within 500 feet of the site for the next year.”
Deputies with the Nye County Sheriff’s Office were sent to the Nevada National Security Site, which is on Sept. 10 the report of the “foreign invaders.” Once on the scene, they found a car that was later identified as belonging to the Front, and Granzier, parked two miles away from the site.
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The couple told the police that, in spite of the fact that to be able to see the warning signs that advised against trespassing, and they would like to see what’s on offer.
Granzier informed the delegates that he was a YouTuber, and they have seized a number of cameras, a phone, a laptop computer, and a drone. The authorities were given permission to look at the equipment and the phone, and the images from the security of the site.
“It was important for us that these men are in prison and to pay a substantial financial penalty,” Emirates said in a statement. “We take this crime seriously, and people need to understand that we are not used to this kind of nonsense.”
The enforcement of the law, also issued a video statement, the two suspects, in their a head-start on three days ‘ imprisonment.
“We have been here in prison for the next three days, we have to spend, and then, on Thursday, the 19th, we can go back to the Netherlands, and our country,” Seep said.
“We didn’t want to cause any problems. It’s a little out of hand, but we have to learn from our mistakes, and it’s good to be back in a little bit,” Granzier said.
“We’re not going to get into trouble,” Sweep feature will be added.
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By the time of their arrest, Granzier, placed in front of the Grand Canyon and the Hoover Dam, with the caption, “and now, on to the crazy images of crazy adventures at Area 51,” according to USA Today. The caption has since been changed.