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    Portland, Oregon (AP)

    The owner of a secondhand store in Lakeview near the California border has been indicted on conspiracy charges in a federal investigation into looting of archaeological sites.

    The three-count indictment was issued by a federal grand jury May 15 in Eugene against 65-year-old Phillip Fields of Bly.

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