Michael Gilliland will spend 30 days in jail and serve one year probation.
A Paradise Valley businessman who took a plea deal in a child prostitution case will spend 30 days in jail and serve one year probation.
The founder of Sunflower Farmers Market, Michael Gilliland, was arrested nearly two years ago and plead guilty to attempted pandering.
Police took Gilliland into custody at a Phoenix hotel as part of a sting operation in which an undercover officer posed as a 17-year-old prostitute.
Since Gilliland's arrest Sunflower Farmers Market was aquired by Sprouts Farmers Market.
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