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Truck Theft (Continued from Page 1) York, was arrested by agents of the FBI Wednesday night at Ashland, Ohio, while en route to Chicago. Brannirlc is hpinff returned in , HewarK. 11 was learnea mat oe is i i i i- i- , f. t - , , . . i a brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of Rietzke and a drivpr fnr a Clpvpland trnrkine a anver lor - ieveiana iruCKing COmDanV. Jailed in Default Rietzke was arraigned yesterday in New Brunswick before U. S. Commissioner William F. Mc- Mc- Closkey, and was remanded to the Middlesex county jail in default of $1,000 bail. j T ' State police Said the truck Was . . . , . . , . found Stuck in a road leading, to Rietzke's house by a neighbor, Wil-'County Wil-'County liam Mundy, who reported its pres-L pres-L ' r r : Agent William H. McLaughlin, Red Bank. Trooper Julian Itchmoney worked with Trooper Parcels and Agent Mc Laughlin in the investigation, investigation, state police reported. Arrest of two Hudson county men in a similar case also was announced announced yesterday by the FBI. The men, identified by Mc Kee as Joseph Biondi, 36, of 6134 Adams street, West New York and Samuel Kochansky, 46, of 461 Avenue C, Bayonne, were charged with possession possession of stolen goods from interstate interstate commerce in connection with theft of a truckload of merchandise merchandise April 7 in West New York. , About half the load was recovered recovered by the FBI in a North Ber gen garage which McKee said was owned by Biondi.