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Trial delayed for Sioux City businessman charged in money laundering scheme


The trial involving a Sioux City businessman charged with theft and money laundering has been pushed back to next year.

Authorities say 59-year-old Grady Marx collected money from the Iowa Department of Transportation for mowing lawns and other maintenance he didn't perform.

The money-laundering scheme was allegedly orchestrated by another man from Nevada, Iowa.

Authorities say both men conspired to steal more than 400 thousand dollars from the state.

Marx has pled not guilty to charges of theft, conspiracy, money laundering and criminal conduct.

His trial is now set for January.

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