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updated 11:33 AM CDT, Oct 31, 2014

Marshfield Woman Sentenced

  • Written by Bob Gabrielson
  • Published in News

(5/1/14) A Marshfield woman is getting jail-and-probation time for transporting marijuana from Colorado -- plus chocolate bars laced with the main ingredient in pot.

 23-year-old Alyssa Clapper has pleaded guilty to three Wood County charges of maintaining a drug trafficking place, plus one count of delivering marijuana.  Three other counts were dropped in a plea deal.  She was given 120 days in jail with work release privileges, plus three years of probation.  Another defendant, 26-year-old Aaron Kuentjes of Auburndale, has a similar plea hearing set for May 27th.  He's currently charged with nine drug-related and bail jumping counts.  Kuentjes and Clapper were both arrested last November in separate traffic stops west of Marshfield.  At the time, police lieutenant Rick Gramza -- who was named this week as Marshfield's next police chief -- said the legalization of marijuana in Colorado could result in people selling pot from there in states like Wisconsin.

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