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Maahs sentenced to six months in jailSubmitted: 06/18/2013
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ANTIGO - Former Antigo football coach John Lund went to jail for three months for his involvement in a marijuana ring.

The man who sold the drugs to him will be locked up for at least twice that long.

Bradley Maahs was sentenced to six months in jail today. Maahs will also serve more probation time after his stay in jail.

If his probation is revoked for bad behavior, he would go to prison for a year and a half.

He pleaded no contest to delivering THC.

Maahs has two months to report to Langlade or Shawano County Jail.



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