Grand Forks man pleads guilty to providing synthetic drugs that killed PR teen
FARGO -- Facing four federal charges carrying penalties of life-in-prison, Andrew Spofford, in a deal with prosecutors, pleaded guilty here Monday to making and distributing the hallucinogens that killed two teenagers in Grand Forks in June and sent a 15-year-old boy to the hospital in critical condition.
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