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Wausau business owners reach deal in fake pot cases

7:29 PM, Nov. 12, 2013
Spice is one brand of synthetic marijuana product now banned by state law.
Spice is one brand of synthetic marijuana product now banned by state law.
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Three men accused of selling synthetic marijuana at two Wausau businesses have reached plea agreements with prosecutors more than two years after charges initially were filed against the men.

John Rundell, 48, of Wausau, who owns Blazin' Gifts, 1701 Sixth St., faces charges in Marathon County Circuit Court of maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession of non-narcotics with intent to deliver and possession of an untaxed controlled substance as a dealer. Rundell, who faces 15 years in prison if he is convicted on all charges, will appear Dec. 9 for a plea hearing.

He was charged after ...

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