OmniSource says 'not guilty' of stolen metal allegations
Nov 01, 2010 | 09:56 AM
| Michael Marley
OmniSource Corp. is pleading not guilty to allegations that it knowingly purchased stolen metals as scrap, according to the scrap company's lawyers.
OmniSource attorney Larry Mackey entered a not guilty plea in the Marion County, Ind., Superior Court at a preliminary hearing on Friday.
Late last month, a county grand jury returned an eight-count indictment charging OmniSource with corrupt business influence and receiving stolen property. The charges stem from raids at six scrapyards in Indianapolis in February 2009.....
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