Mother, son charged with stealing and selling gopher feet

Kia Farhang

A Minnesota woman and her son are accused of stealing nearly $5,000 worth of stolen gopher feet, news sources reported.

Prosecutors alleged the defendants, both from Preston, Minn., stole the feet from a trapper. They’re accused of turning them in to local townships for a bounty, the Post-Bulletin reported.

The woman has pleaded not guilty, the Star Tribune reported. Her son’s trial is next month.