Dude! High school wrestling coaches apparently don’t make a lot of money. At least, not as much as drug dealers. Here’s more from Greeley Tribune:
An assistant wrestling coach at Greeley West High School is out on $25,000 bond today after his arrest when police found 1,300 live marijuana plants growing on his property in Larimer County.
The arrest of Arnold Martinez, 51, is part of a million-dollar marijuana operation in Larimer County, according to sheriff’s deputies. Two other men were arrested last month, and deputies said the operation could have brought in more than $3 million.
Martinez was hired as an assistant coach by School District Six in 2006 although he has a criminal record. He was convicted of felony possession of marijuana in 1994. District officials said they knew of his previous conviction and was only hired after an “extensive review and interview.”