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When money or other property is taken from a person arrested upon a charge of a crime, the officer taking it shall immediately make duplicate receipts for the property, specifying particularly the amount of money or kind of property taken. The officer shall deliver one receipt to the person arrested and the other to the judge or magistrate who examines the charge or, if the arrest is after the information or indictment, to the clerk of the court where the action is pending.
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