Snoop Dogg to Perform 160 Hours of Community Service for Weapons Violation
Pleaded guilty to one count of felony possession of a dangerous weapon, stemmed from an arrest at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, back in September 2006, Snoop Dogg as a consequence was ordered to serve 160 hours of community service.
Chose the Orange County park site from a list of probation-approved community service sites, the rapper's chores will include "raking leaves, washing cars, cleaning toilets (and) picking up litter," and in doing those he will be supervised by a park ranger.
A judge approved the park service Wednesday October 10th but refused to mention the name of the park in order to avoid media and fans interfere, nor does a date is given on when Snoop will start and complete the service.
Snoop's attorney, Donald Etra, said his client "will do whatever it takes" to meet the 160 hours of community service he was ordered to perform. "He will be making the park a better place for Orange County," Etra added.
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