LAS VEGAS - Not far from the slot machines and neon lights of the Strip, a few dozen tech companies hammer away at the future in a downtown area revitalized by Zappos founder Tony Hsieh.
But you can bet that no founder here has a stranger story than Pigeonly CEO Frederick Hutson.
In the fall of 2007, Hutson, now 30, was flush with success from a business that distributed marijuana when a dozen Drug Enforcement Administration officers pulled up to his A-OK Mail Center with guns drawn.
"They put me in handcuffs and arraigned me at the courthouse just down the street from where I sit...
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