WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -- A Wausau man charged with trying to buy and resell $3.1 million worth of marijuana, along with the owner of former Paradox tavern, is scheduled to reach deal Nov. 1 and will avoid a jury trial.
Timothy Kleinschmidt, 45, is charged with conspiracy to manufacture or deliver marijuana, possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, possession of psilocin with intent to deliver and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
The bar's owner, Scott Kurzynski, 46, reached a plea deal in the case in June and is scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 27.
According to court documents, Kurzynski told an undercover agent that he was interested in buying 100 pounds of pot in small quantities throughout the next two years.
The men were arrested in October 2014.
A plea and sentencing hearing for Kleinschmidt had been scheduled for Oct. 21, but was rescheduled to Nov. 1.