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Teen who bit Hibbing mayor during robbery gets 34 months in jail

Thunder Cloud Rodriguez pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted aggravated robbery and fifth-degree felony assault. Rodriguez and two others attempted to rob Hibbing mayor Rick Cannata in May.
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Thunder Cloud Rodriguez pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted aggravated robbery and fifth-degree felony assault. Rodriguez and two others attempted to rob Hibbing mayor Rick Cannata in May.

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