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A news photo shows an Amish buggy driving away from the Walmart store in Middlefield, Ohio, recently. Store manager Karen Gibbons confirmed that the buggy's owner, Elijah Wolcott, purchased a Hamilton Beach handheld blender and a 32' LCD television.  Gibbons said Wolcott paid for the items with two goats and a chicken, and has purchased over two miles' worth of extension cords over the last several months, leading local officials to believe the Amish are stealing electricity from an unknown public or private party.  (Associated Press)
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A news photo shows an Amish buggy driving away from the Walmart store in Middlefield, Ohio, recently. Store manager Karen Gibbons confirmed that the buggy's owner, Elijah Wolcott, purchased a Hamilton Beach handheld blender and a 32" LCD television. Gibbons said Wolcott paid for the items with two goats and a chicken, and has purchased over two miles' worth of extension cords over the last several months, leading local officials to believe the Amish are stealing electricity from an unknown public or private party. (Associated Press)

 
 
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