SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A South Dakota man accused of sitting on a woman and slicing off her nipples with a pair of scissors has pleaded guilty. The Argus Leader reports that 45-year-old Tony Ledbetter of Sioux Falls pleaded guilty Friday to three counts of aggravated assault. Each count carries a maximum penalty of 15...
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2013 - "GOLDEN SCISSORS" TAYLOR SHOP, INC.
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