S.D. man arrested on suspicion of stealing cattle, feed checks
According to the AP, a man from Charles Mix County, South Dakota was arrested for stealing nearly $350,000 in cattle and checks this year.
On Sept. 20, Aaron Podzimek of Wagner was indicted for allegedly stealing $301,871.30 worth of cattle and approximately $47,000 in feed checks between Feb. 1 and July 31 of this year.
The state’s attorney Steven Cotton filed a request for another attorney, saying he had a conflict of interests, said the AP. Craig Parkhurst, Podzimek has posted bond. His arraignment will be Oct. 29, according to the AP.
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