Business Owner Accused of Selling Pot to Patrons at Pepin Co. Bar

By: WSAW Staff Email
By: WSAW Staff Email

A Pepin County business owner is in serious trouble after she's accused of selling marijuana to customers, including an undercover officer at her Durand bar.

Shari Edwards, 50, is the owner of Shari's Chippewa Club. According to online court records, on March 26, officers then setup a drug deal with Edwards. According to WEAU-TV, after selling marijuana to an undercover officer at the bar, police arrested her.

Edwards is free on a $5,000 signature bond. She'll return to court April 2 for an adjourned initial appearance.


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