A Superior Court jury has found Alan Kimble Fahey guilty in a partial verdict. He is accused of maintaining illegal properties; some built of phone poles, and could face jail time and is required to tear down his work.
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Lawyer Jerry Lennon said Fahey will remain out of jail pending his July 8 sentencing, but he will have to meet with
officials in the meantime to come up with a plan to demolish the illegal structures. Los Angeles County
"Phonehenge West" is actually a 20,000 square-foot home in a semi rural area of.
consisting of a cluster of reddish structures and a 70-foot tower. The work has gained fans in the international art community and was recently used for a photo shoot for "Glamour" magazine. Acton