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May 16, 1992 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A federal jury on Friday acquitted Scott R. Deitrick, an administrator of the Armand Hammer Foundation in Los Angeles, of charges that he smuggled $60,000 in cash into the United States. Deitrick, 38, had been returning home to Los Angeles from London in October when he was arrested at Twin Cities International Airport. Customs agents discovered he was carrying the undeclared currency, most of it in his cowboy boots. Agents said he was confronted because he looked nervous.
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May 16, 1992 | RHONDA HILLBERY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A federal jury on Friday acquitted Scott R. Deitrick, an administrator of the Armand Hammer Foundation in Los Angeles, of charges that he smuggled $60,000 in cash into the United States. Deitrick, 38, had been returning home to Los Angeles from London in October when he was arrested at Twin Cities International Airport. Customs agents discovered he was carrying the undeclared currency, most of it in his cowboy boots. Agents said he was confronted because he looked nervous.
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November 18, 1991 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Bootlegging: An administrator of Los Angeles' Armand Hammer Foundation is scheduled to stand trial in Minneapolis next month on charges alleging he smuggled $60,000 into the country--much of it in his cowboy boots. Scott R. Deitrick was arrested Oct. 11 and released five days later on a $250,000 cash bond posted by Michael Armand Hammer, grandson of the late Armand Hammer. Authorities allege Deitrick flew into the Minneapolis-St.
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