Craig Vaughn, former owner of Herbal Awakenings, pleaded guilty to charges resulting from a February 2012 bust for synthetic marijuana, a substance illegal to sell or possess in Anderson County.
Vaughn appeared before Judge Donna Dutton on Jan. 3 in Anderson County District Court and pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of drug paraphernalia — deliver/manufacture and to a second count of “any misdemeanor not covered by these codes.”
He was sentenced to an 18-month probation to be served concurrently with the second misdemeanor sentence.
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