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Extradition Hearing Next Week for Seiber

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Rodney Seiber, the man wanted in Idaho and caught in Montana, is expected to appear in court next week.

The Big Horn County Attorney's Office says Seiber is expected to have an extradition hearing next Wednesday. Seiber was caught after a joint effort between the Big Horn County Sheriff's Department and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Sheriff's deputies say the owner of a motel on the Crow Indian Reservation thought he spotted Sieber Wednesday. A BIA officer and a sheriff's deputy found Seiber in a shed.

The 36-year old is wanted in Canyon County, Idaho on three felony counts of robbery, alluding an officer, and possession of a dangerous drug.

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