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UPDATE: Another plea deal in connection with Antigo drug investigation


UPDATE - As part of a plea deal, Mark Incha entered a no contest plea to a possession of THC charge. 

If Incha completes the terms of the court for one year the charge will be reduced to a county ordinance violation with a fine.

Incha resigned from his position as a special education teacher in the Antigo School District in March. 


UPDATE- Joseph Adams agreed to a plea deal in Langlade County court.  He pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of possession of THC. 

According to online records, judgment will be deferred for one year.  If Adams issues a public apology and completes the terms of the court, the charge will be reduced to a disorderly conduct. 

Adams was a special education teacher in Antigo. 

The case will be reviewed in September 2013.


UPDATE - Anthony Crabb agreed to a plea deal in Langlade County court.  He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge possession of THC.  Judgment will be deferred for one year.  According to online records, if Crabb completes the court's requirements for one year, the charge will be reduced to disorderly conduct and a fine.


UPDATE - Anthony Crabb is scheduled for a plea/sentencing hearing at 3pm Wednesday, September 5th in connection with the Antigo drug investigation.

Crabb was an at-will employee for the Merrill School District and has not been asked back to work.

He is charged with a misdemeanor possession of THC.


LANGLADE COUNTY (WAOW) - New charges have been filed in connection with the drug investigation that has reached into the Antigo and Merrill School Districts. 

  Possession charges were filed Thursday against Antigo special education teachers Mark Incha and Joseph Adams.  They're currently on administrative leave.

  Charges were also filed against three others connected with the Merrill School District.  Jay Peterson was already on administrative leave from his teaching and coaching positions.  Peter Miller and Anthony Crabb were at-will employees for the district.  School officials tell Newsline 9 they have not been asked back to work.  Miller is the retired high school athletic director.

  The legal counsel for the Antigo School District tells Newsline 9 they're conducting their own investigation.  They've been in contact with Merrill school leaders.  The lawyer says they have not found any information that the alleged crimes involved students or happened on school property. 

 Two other men, Jeff Neufeldt and Dan Witman, are on administrative leave from the Antigo School District.  They were included in John Lund's criminal complaint but have not been charged.

  Newsline 9 attempted to reach all five men who were charged Thursday but we were unsuccessful.

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