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Quincy business owner to serve jail time, probation for tazing customer

A local business owner will spend time in jail after being found guilty of aggravated battery for allegedly tazing a customer.

AJ's Dawgs owner, Angela Flachs, will serve 24 months probation and 120 days of periodic jail time. She has to serve 21 of them. The others are stayed, pending review. Flachs was sentenced Wednesday.

Flachs, 38, was arrested in April 2013 after she used a stun gun on a customer during a fight at her restaurant, located at 534 Hampshire.

Flachs was found guilty of aggravated battery and unlawful use of a weapon in February.
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