Woman convicted in K2 death of teen has sentenced suspended

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SOUIX CITY, Iowa -- A judge has suspended the prison sentence of a Sioux City woman serving 10 years for selling synthetic marijuana that caused the death of another teen.
The Sioux City Journal reports that District Judge Patrick Tott on Wednesday suspended 19-year-old Rose Mouw's remaining prison term and placed her on four years' probation.
Mouw was sentenced in May after pleading guilty in Woodbury County to involuntary manslaughter and delivery of a controlled substance.
Mouw admitted to buying the synthetic marijuana in Nebraska, then selling it to 18-year-old Austin McCloud, who was a senior at West High School in Sioux City. He died in April 2015 after smoking the drug with three other boys, who were also hospitalized, but recovered.