Brad Maahs, 47, of Wittenberg was sentenced Tuesday to six months in jail on felony drug charges in connection with a drug ring that ensnared nearly a dozen educators in Antigo and Merrill.
Fallout from a drug scandal that swept across northern Wisconsin continued Tuesday as a man accused of supplying marijuana to a former elementary school principal and several other educators was sentenced to six months in jail.
Bradley J. Maahs, 47, of Wittenberg was found guilty March 21 in Langlade County Circuit Court on two felony charges of manufacturing or delivering marijuana after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors. Maahs also will spend two years on probation and was ordered to perform 150 hours of community service.
Three additional felony charges of manufacturing or ...