The 21-year-old roving grain buyer that shook up the North Dakota agriculture sector has been arrested. Hunter Hanson’s two grain-related businesses were shut down by the Public Service Commission in November for failing to pay for grain purchases. Losses of more than $7 million have been filed. Hanson allegedly operated his grain business as a Ponzi scheme and is facing charges of criminal felony theft.
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