Sheriff’s department investigating damage to KCRC equipment

By: 
Dennis Mansfield, Contributing Writer

Photo courtesy of John Rogers, KCRC

The Kalkaska County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a report of vandalism to a county-owned grader, after the piece of heavy equipment was allegedly shot multiple times overnight May 22-23. The “motor grader” had been parked at the intersection of Aarwood Road and Aarwood Trail in Clearwater Township.

 

CLEARWATER TWP. – The Kalkaska County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a report of vandalism to a county-owned grader, after the piece of heavy equipment was allegedly shot multiple times overnight.

John Rogers, manager of the Kalkaska County Road Commission, said the “motor grader” was parked overnight at the intersection of Aarwood Road and Aarwood Trail in Clearwater Township. Damage to the grader was discovered on the morning of Tuesday, May 23, when an operator arrived back at the work site.

According to Rogers, the grader was being used to work on roads in Clearwater Township at the time of the incident.

But, the grader won’t be operational in the near future. Rogers said it’s not serviceable in its damaged state.

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