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Judge denies new trial in Duluth synthetic drug case

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DULUTH -- The owner of a Duluth business and two employees found guilty of selling synthetic drugs have been denied motions for acquittal and new trials in an order issued Tuesday by Judge David Doty.

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Doty said the “evidence at trial well supported the verdict,” in denying the motion filed for Last Place on Earth shop owner Jim Carlson and two of his employees — girlfriend Lava Haugen and son Joseph Gellerman.

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