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Customers line up at the cash register Tuesday, April 2, 2013, as Last Place on Earth owner Jim Carlson talks about his experience of being arrested last week at his store on Superior Street in downtown Duluth. Carlson was released on $450,000 bail after being arrested on three counts of fourth-degree sale of an illegal substance. (Clint Austin /

Last Place on Earth back in business

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Jim Carlson, owner of the Last Place on Earth, was released from St. Louis County Jail about 4 p.m. Tuesday after posting $450,000 bail.


By 6:30, he had reopened the downtown Duluth store that had been closed since it was raided by police Friday afternoon. Carlson and his son, Joseph Gellerman, had been in custody since their arrests by Duluth police after officers conducted a search and said they found illegal synthetic drugs.

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