Missouri Farmer Indicted For Dicamba Misuse
"Bobby David Lowery of Parma, Missouri, was indicted Nov. 13 by Assistant U.S. Attorney Dianna Collins. The indictment alleges Lowery used dicamba improperly, lied to investigators about it and then falsified documents to try and cover it up."
Lowery is charged with 49 counts of misapplication of dicamba and three counts of obstruction of justice. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison and fines of $250,000.
Lowery’s attorney declined to comment on the indictment. This is Lowery’s first run-in with federal prosecutors, but he was sentenced in 2016 to two years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple charges relating to crop insurance fraud."
Re: Missouri Farmer Indicted For Dicamba Misuse
The guy stays busy -- when did he get out of prison?
From 2016 article below -- "Bobby David Lowrey was sentenced to 24 months in prison on multiple charges involving federal crop insurance fraud, theft of government property and wire fraud."