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Former principal pleads guilty to drug charge

8:38 PM, Jan. 15, 2013  |  Comments
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ANTIGO (AP) A former Antigo elementary school principal has pleaded guilty to a marijuana manufacturing charge in an agreement with prosecutors.

Six other drug counts against 48-year-old John Lund were dismissed Tuesday in Langlade County Circuit Court.

Lund was principal at Pleasant View Elementary School and was also the football coach at Antigo High School. A criminal complaint says Lund got marijuana from a relative and gave some to Scot Peterson, a retired teacher and former football coach. Peterson earlier reached a plea deal and was sentenced to six months in prison.

Sentencing for Lund is March 6. He faces a maximum three years in prison.

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