ANTIGO (WAOW) -- A Wittenberg man arrested in the drug investigation that led to charges against several central Wisconsin educators has reached a plea deal with Langlade County prosecutors.
Bradley Maahs, 47, pleaded no contest Thursday to two counts of manufacturing marijuana. Court records say two other felonies were dismissed in the deal.
Maahs is the brother-in-law of former Antigo principal and coach John Lund who was also accused in the investigation.
Maahs was charged in 2012 after police say they found bags containing marijuana at his home.
Langlade County Circuit Judge Fred Kawalski set Maah's sentencing for June 18 at 3 p.m..
In January, Lund, 48, pleaded guilty to one count of manufacturing or delivering marijuana. Six other felony charges were dismissed. He is to be sentenced April 11.
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