One of the three men charged in Langlade County for dealing drugs will face new charges in his home county.
47 year old Bradley Maahs now faces 3 drug related charges in Shawano County, including possession with intent to deliver, a felony. On Monday, Maahs was released from Langlade County, where he also faces 3 drug charges, after posting a $5,000 signature bond. On December 5th, investigators found evidence that Maahs was growing marijuana at his Wittenberg home. Maahs is the brother-in-law of John Lund, the Antigo football coach who was also arrested for his involvement in the drug ring.
According to the criminal complaint against Lund, Maahs admitted that he sold pot “to get child support off his back.” Maahs said he would deliver the drugs to Lund about once a month. From there Lund delivered marijuana to his friends, about 3 to 4 times over the past three years.