Suspects in The 45th Parallel bust indicted  

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Posted: Sunday, September 30, 2012 12:30 am

Ontario  — The 16 individuals identified by police after a nearly year-long, multi-organization investigation were arraigned at Malheur County Circuit Court Tuesday. 

All but one of the suspects arrived for the arraignment to face indictment charges, which included a class A felony racketeering charge for all of the individuals. 

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