Estelline man sells stolen aluminum

Estelline man sells stolen aluminum

There are 24 comments on the Brookings Register Online story from Jul 17, 2008, titled Estelline man sells stolen aluminum. In it, Brookings Register Online reports that:

A 24-year-old Estelline man has admitted that he stole thousands of dollars worth of aluminum from a Brookings manufacturer earlier this year and sold the metal at a recycling business for cash.

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Marion, IA

#21 Oct 6, 2010
It should be noted that he stole the material many times over a period of time then sold it twice.
Ken

Marion, IA

#22 Oct 29, 2010
Hide the beer CANS.

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#24 Feb 16, 2011
WELL YOU CAN GET UP TO 2.00 A POUND IN CALI FOR IT you should see all the californians raiding the job sites in oregon! then running back home?
EVERYMAN FOR HIMSELF!!! RUN TO THE HILLS!!

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#25 Feb 16, 2011
WELL AFTER ALL THE MEXICANS KICKED THE CALIFORNIANS OUT1, CANT SAY AS I BLAME EM!(after californians paid for their free health care)

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