Snoop Dogg to Clean Toilets and Pick up Trash as Part of Community Service Sentence
As part of his sentence of 160 hours of community service in connection with a guilty plea on a weapons charge, Snoop Dogg will be cleaning toilets and picking up trash at an Orange County area park. According to the LA Times, the rapper was given a choice of different locations at which he could fulfill his obligations and picked the Orange County park himself. "I pointed him to a website of places that were all probation-approved," Deputy Dist. Atty. Andre Manssourian told the Times. "He picked the place. And once you pick the place, the job description is set in stone." Manssourian said the location and name of the park are being withheld to avoid any disruptions. In September, Snoop agreed to a plea deal offered by prosecutors on his charge of knowingly possessing a deadly weapon. The Doggfather picked up the charge after he was arrested at the John Wayne Airport last November when airport security discovered an illegal 21-inch collapsible baton in his luggage. In addition to the community service, Snoop will also donate $10,000 to the Orange County charity Right Trak, and pay over $1000 in fines and court fees.