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Originally Posted Monday, December 03, 2012

NEW CASTLE-- The Pennsyvlania parents of five children found in the back of a moving truck on Wednesday have pleaded not guilty. Police found the five kids in the back of the truck along with several unsecured boxes, 15 cats, and a gas can. The Detjen‘s were both sentenced to two years on probation.

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