A case that started with a deputy U.S. marshal refusing to disclose her vaccination status to the federal judge based in Aberdeen has become a criminal case. Three supervising officers with the U.S. Marshals Service appeared at the federal courthouse in Aberdeen before Judge Charles B. Kornmann Monday on an order to show cause. With it, according to the original order, civil contempt charges were to be considered. But by the end of the hourlong hearing, John Kilgallon, chief of staff for the U.S. Marshals Service; Daniel Mosteller, U.S. marshal in South Dakota; and Stephen Houghtaling, chief deputy U.S. marshal for South Dakota; were charged criminally with conspiracy to obstruct justice and contempt of court. A trial is set for Sept. 13.