Jason Brant Gregg – 1st offense – 15 Years for Marijuana

Name: Jason Brant Gregg, Reg. #17151-111
DOB: April 3
Race: White
Raised: Willits, CA
Tried:  Southern District of Iowa
Will live: Redwood Valley, CA
Charges: 21 USC 846, 841(b)(1)(B)-Conspiracy to manufacture, distribute, & possess with intent to distribute 100 kilos/more marijuana; 100/more plants & hashish. 18 USC 1956(a)(1)(A)(i), 1956(h)-Conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Trial or plea: Guilty Plea
Sentenced on: February 13, 2015.
Served: 10 years.
Priors: First Time Offender.
Prison Conduct: Exemplary, no incident reports; extensive programs and consistent work history.
Clemency status:  Pending.
Release date: March 23, 2027, updated to 03/07/2026
Institution: USP Lompoc, 1901 Klein Blvd., Lompoc, CA 93436
Supporters: Family, Friends, Freedom Grow, CAN-DO Foundation.
Health Concerns: Epileptic


  • Has completed nearly 30 courses.

According to Jason:

I take full responsibility for my actions, and I deeply regret those actions.  My irresponsible choices landed me in prison and have kept me from my wife and children.  That hurts worse than the sentence itself.  I have two young impressionable boys who need their father to show then the right way to live life, and not make the same mistakes that I did.

I have maintained a stellar prison record, have always kept a job, as well as programmed at every opportunity.  I am not the same man I was 10 years ago, and I know today, that with my job skills, my programming, and the support of family and friends, I can live a law-abiding life and be the father my sons can be proud of and look up to and be the husband my wife deserves.  I’ve become a better person and I recognize this every day when I look in the mirror, and to show my family who I have become will be a proud day.

Release plan:

If released on clemency, Mr. Gregg has a loving and caring family who are committed to assisting him in a successful reentry to society.  He also has many friends in the community who plan to assist him as well.  He would return to California to live.

Mr. Gregg plans on seeking employment immediately upon release to be able to provide and care for his family. Given his outstanding work history while incarcerated, Mr. Gregg has learned the trade of Welding, and has a job opportunity waiting for him as a full-time employee at Reliable Mill Supply of Ukiah, California.

Mr. Gregg plans to secure medical insurance through his employer.

Mr. Gregg is an epileptic and could be at risk of a serious health condition, should he contract COVID-19 or any variant, again.  He plans to seek medical treatment upon his release to get better control over his health.


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