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      Auburn man caught with 121 marijuana plants pleads guilty, faces at least five years in prison

      Ronald Remaley

      An Auburn man that was caught with 121 marijuana plants this summer pleaded guilt and faces at least five years in prison.

      According to the Post Standard, Ronald Remaley, 57, was sleeping when more than 20 officers raided his camper in the Town of Sterling. Police say they found the plants there and at another property owned by Remaley.

      Remaley faces a minimum of five years and a maximum of 40 years in prison when he is sentenced January 24 on felony charges of manufacturing marijuana.