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Custom harvester from Kansas charged with felony


HAZELTON, N.D. (AP)--A custom combiner from Kansas faces a felony charge in North Dakota for allegedly stealing a load of corn from an Emmons County farmer whose fields he was harvesting.

Forty-eight-year-old Kevin Clark faces a theft of property charge that carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison upon conviction. His attorney, Sidney Gross, was not prepared to comment.

The Bismarck Tribune reports ( that Clark is accused of selling about 1,400 bushels of corn worth about $9,500 that belonged to the farmer who hired him.

Clark owns American Quality Harvesting and Trucking, also known as Clark Farms, in Hesston, Kan.

Date: 11/12/2012


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