A father and son from Anamosa have admitted selling spoiled meet to Amish residents in southern Iowa. 77-year-old Donald Stickle and his son, 42-year-old Donald Junior, pleaded guilty to charges of selling and transporting the meat, which was unfit for people to eat. Both men were fined five thousand dollars and were ordered to pay another five-grand each in court costs. The incident happened in 1997 as the two reportedly sold eight tons of meat in the community of Drakesville.
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