SHAWANO, WI (WTAQ) - A man who helped provide marijuana to teachers and school staffers in Antigo and Merrill has been sentenced to six months in jail.
47-year-old Bradley Maahs of Wittenberg must also spend two years on probation, along with 150 hours of community service.
He was originally charged with 4 counts of manufacturing marijuana in Langlade County, and 3 counts in Shawano County. Four of the charges were dropped in a plea bargain.
He’ll start his jail time August 16th in either Langlade or Shawano counties – his choice – and if jail officials allow it, he could arrange to take care of his ailing father.
Maahs was one of over a dozen people charged a year ago in the school marijuana ring. It resulted in the resignation of Antigo High School football coach and elementary principal John Lund.