A jury in the Terry Honeycutt case at Federal Court will resume deliberations on Monday.
The panel in the courtroom of Judge Sandy Mattice did not reach a verdict after getting the case on Friday.
Honeycutt claims law enforcement authorities never told him he was doing anything wrong by selling large amounts of the Polar Pure iodine product at the Brainerd Army Store.
His brother, Tony Honeycutt, pleaded guilty earlier. He was sentenced to serve five months in federal prison and five months on home confinement.
He must make a $200,000 forfeiture.