20-year-old Ties Granzier and 21-year-old Govert Charles Wilhelmus Jacob Sweep were arrested at the Nevada National Security Site about five kilometers down the Nye County Sheriff's Office.
But the two men said they never planned to attend.
When both men were arrested on September 1
Granzier told the authorities he was a creator. The deputies found in the men's vehicle cameras, a telephone, a laptop and a drone.
The two complained of having illegally parked. They were sentenced to one year in prison. However, the verdict was lifted and the two will spend a total of three days in the county jail if they pay a fine of $ 2,280 each on Thursday – if their release is planned.
In addition, they gave up the electronic devices found at the time of their arrest, Arabia said.
"It was important to us that these men sit in jail and pay a substantial fine," he said. "We take this crime seriously and people need to understand that we will not put up with this nonsense."
Granzier said in a police video that he and his friend wanted to "cause no problems". "We learned from our mistakes."