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    Seattle, Washington (AP)

    Three former Stillaguamish tribal leaders have been sentenced to prison for contraband cigarette sales in Arlington.

    U.S. District Judge James L. Robart sentenced Ed Goodridge Sr. and his son, Eddie Jr., on March 16 to a year and two months. Their cousin, Sara Schroedl, got eight months in prison and Linda Goodridge, the wife of Ed Goodridge Sr., who is not a tribal member, got four months of home detention.


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    Was this for operating that little smoke shop in the "triangle" inside the intersection of Smoky Point Blvd and Hwy 530?? Or were they caught dealing non-taxed cig's somewhere in town?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Wakalapi View Post
      Was this for operating that little smoke shop in the "triangle" inside the intersection of Smoky Point Blvd and Hwy 530?? Or were they caught dealing non-taxed cig's somewhere in town?
      Yep operating that smoke shop on Smoky Point Blvd
      They pocketed 15 million dollars it says
      And owe 25 million to the state
      Holy crap that is a lot of Cigarettes!!!

      Here is the article from Arlington Times:http://www.pnwlocalnews.com/north_so.../41377799.html
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        25 million? Well this Washington state, so that was what 6 maybe 7 cartons aye

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