ANTIGO (WAOW) -- A Wittenberg man convicted in a drug investigation that led to charges against several central Wisconsin educators was sentenced Tuesday to two years probation which includes six months in jail and 150 hours of community service.
Bradley Maahs, 47, pleaded no contest to two counts of manufacturing marijuana in a plea bargain in which two other felonies were dismissed.
If Maahs violates the probation, he would be sentenced to 18 months in prison and 18 months extended supervision, according to Langlade County court records.
Maahs is the brother-in-law of former Antigo school principal and coach John Lund who was also convicted in this case.
Maahs was charged in 2012 after police say they found bags containing marijuana at Maahs' home.
On the second drug conviction, Langlade County Circuit Judge Fred Kawalski withheld sentence and placed Maahs on two years probation to be served with the first conviction, court records said.
In January, Lund, 48, pleaded guilty to one count of manufacturing or delivering marijuana and six other felony charges were dismissed. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 18 months of probation.