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Ex-CEO gets 4 weeks in Phoenix prostitution case

January 8, 2013

Former Sunflower Farmers Market CEO Michael Gilliland was sentenced to 30 days in jail and one year of probation Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to attempted pandering. Gilliland was originally charged with child prostitution after being caught in a Phoenix police sting in February 2011, but in August, he entered into a plea agreement to the lesser charge of attempted pandering.

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