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Nebraska couple faces more charges for selling cattle that didn't belong to them


A Nebraska couple accused of selling cattle that wasn't theirs in Antelope County now faces charges in another county.

Arrest warrants were signed for 27-year old Benjamin Johnson, of St. Edward, and 22-year old Rebecca Robbins, of Lyons, in Boone County Court last week.

The two are accused of depositing a counterfeit check of almost $2,000 in a St. Edward bank in early June.

The two now face felony theft charges in Boone County, to go along with the three felony counts related to the stolen cattle from a Brunswick farm.

The two have not yet been located. Johnson's mother told authorities that she was told the two had fled to South Dakota.


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