Sioux County Sheriff’s Office Investigates Slashed Manure Hoses
Date posted - October 16, 2013
On Monday morning (10/14) the Sheriff’s Office investigated the report of vandalism in a ditch near the intersection of 490th Street and Marsh Avenue, three miles south of Granville.
Upon further investigation it was discovered that the perpetrator or perpetrators severed a six-inch and an eight-inch manure hose, which were in the ditch. No spill or leakage occurred as a result of the damage. The hoses were cut with a sharp object sometime between Saturday evening, October 12 and Monday morning, October 14.
Damages are estimated at $300.
Anyone with information about this crime is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office. If you wish to remain anonymous you may use the Text-a-Tip program.
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