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The FBI has paid out a $50,000 reward to two people who provided information that led to the June 14 arrest of Lyle Jeffs, who had absconded a year earlier while awaiting trial in a federal food-stamp fraud case.
The reward money was divided proportionally between the two unnamed recipients, based on their level of assistance, the FBI said Monday.
Jeffs, 57, believed to be a leader of the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), was on pre-trial release when...
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