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Chillicothe News - Chillicothe, MO
  • Investigation of missing gravel ends in arrest

  • 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.
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  • 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.
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