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Prosecutors said Trenea Deshawn Davis recruited family members and friends to feign and exaggerate medical conditions in order to qualify for personal care assistants. They then falsely reported care services and split the money, according to the attorney general.
Napoleon, North Dakota, cattle buyer Brian Gader faces numerous legal challenges, including a theft charge in a cattle deal, has lost his license to purchase cattle and is accused of failing to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in some cases. With debts in the millions, Gader, 65, says he is "working on" his issues.
The trustee (assignee for the benefit of creditors) is selling the extensive taxidermy from Jerry Hennessey, former general manager of the Ashby Farmers Cooperative Elevator, who is in federal prison for stealing $5 million so he could go big game hunting.
Cuyuna Area Connections is one of four pilot programs in Minnesota of the Silos to Circles Age Well Initiative.

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A 46-year-old Pequot Lakes woman pleaded guilty in a case in which she is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a business she worked for in Garrison.
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