SiouxCityJournal.com on October 23, 2012 released the following:
By: MOLLY MONTAG
“SIOUX CENTER, Iowa | A Sioux Center, Iowa, manufacturing business has been searched by FBI agents, an official says.
Agents searched Sioux Automation Center on Monday, said Sandy Breault, spokeswoman for the FBI’s Omaha bureau.
Breault would not comment on the nature of the search. She also would not say if anything was taken, or if any charges were filed as a result of the search.
The business at 877 First Avenue Northwest manufactures, repairs and sells livestock equipment.
It was unclear Tuesday if the Sioux Automation Center was open for business.
A call to the company at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday went straight to an after-hours voicemail message.”
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