Neb. man pleads guilty to charges of selling uninspected meat - KTIV News 4 Sioux City IA: News, Weather and Sports

Randolph, Neb. man pleads guilty to charges of selling uninspected meat


A Randolph, Nebraska man has made a deal with prosecutors and pleaded guilty to allegations that he sold un inspected meat to Omaha schools.

In return, prosecutors have dropped a charge that 62-year-old Paul Rosberg tried to have two witnesses killed and obstructed justice.

Court records say Rosbergs' company, Nebraska's Finest Meats, sold 26-hundred pounds of ground beef labeled "USDA Inspected" to Omaha schools in fall 2011.

It had not been inspected.

Rosberg faces up to 18 months in prison when he's sentenced.

Prosecutors also agreed to reduce a charge against Rosberg's wife, Kelly Rosberg, to a misdemeanor.

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