The investigation into missing gravel resulted in the arrest of an individual. On May 27, Livingston County Sheriff’s Deputy began an investigation of a complaint from Jackson Township that unknown person(s) removed a large quantity of gravel from county road LIV 519.

The investigation into missing gravel resulted in the arrest of an individual. On May 27, Livingston County Sheriff’s Deputy began an investigation of a complaint from Jackson Township that unknown person(s) removed a large quantity of gravel from county road LIV 519. Jackson Township reported having just spread 80 ton of new gravel. Further investigation revealed that upwards of 1 mile of freshly-spread gravel from the township was missing and/or in a few piles in the roadway which were unsafe for motorists. Allegedly, the investigation led to a residence in the area where the deputy noted fresh gravel and equipment that may have been used in removing the gravel from the public roadway and placed it in a drive. Further investigation provided at least one witness statement. On June 17, deputies located and arrested Toby Darren Griffin for alleged class C felony stealing. Griffin was formerly charged in Livingston County Associate Court with the allegation and posted bond.