2 Nebraskans charged with cattle theft

Cattle (KSN File Photo)
Cattle (KSN File Photo)

NELIGH, Neb. (AP) — The Antelope County Sheriff’s Office has issued arrest warrant charging two Nebraskans with cattle theft.

Sioux City, Iowa television station KTIV says (http://bit.ly/1oR7lOm ) the warrants were issued for 27-year-old Benjamin Johnson, of St. Edward, and 22-year-old Rebecca Robbins, of Lyons. Both are accused of selling about $100,000 worth of cattle that didn’t belong to them from an Antelope County farm.

The livestock has since been returned.

Anyone with information where either Robbins or Johnson can be found is asked to contact the Antelope County Sheriff’s Office at 402-887-4224.


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