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NCSO arrests Sioux Falls man on Iowa warrant

WORTHINGTON -- A Sioux Falls, S.D. man apprehended Sunday for failure to appear now faces an additional charge in Nobles County District Court. According to the formal criminal complaint, a Nobles County sheriff's deputy arrested Edward Langley, ...

WORTHINGTON -- A Sioux Falls, S.D. man apprehended Sunday for failure to appear now faces an additional charge in Nobles County District Court.

According to the formal criminal complaint, a Nobles County sheriff’s deputy arrested Edward Langley, 53, pursuant to a warrant issued from Plymouth County, Iowa. The warrant was issued after Langley failed to appear for an application for violation of probation hearing in reference to his felony third-degree theft conviction.

He has been charged with felony fugitive from justice of another state in Nobles County District Court.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the extradition hearing had been waived, as Langley signed a document stating he would freely and voluntarily return to Iowa to answer the pending criminal charges.

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