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A 23-year-old Layton man who was charged with damaging and interfering with animal enterprises after he and another man were accused of raiding local mink farms pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to one of the raids. William James Viehl was indicted on two counts of damaging and interfering with the operations of an animal enterprise in March after he and Ogden resident Alex Jason Hall, 21, raided one mink farm in South Jordan and attempted a second raid on a similar farm in Heber, said U.S. Attorney spokeswoman Melodie Rydalch.
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