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County assessor charged, suspended for bringing shotgun into courthouse

The Swift County assessor reportedly told sheriff's deputies in Benson he didn't realize he couldn't bring his shotgun to his office in the courthouse.
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The Swift County assessor reportedly told sheriff's deputies in Benson he didn't realize he couldn't bring his shotgun to his office in the courthouse.

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