42 Tons Of Stolen Fertilizer Discovered In Pulaski County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/17/2013 7:04 pm
State Police said 42-tons (84,000 pounds) of stolen fertilizer was found at a home in Pulaski County.

Investigators said they were contacted by Beacon Security Solutions in reference to stolen fertilizer from Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Company in North Bend, Ohio.

Beacon Security Solutions told State Police that their investigation into the theft led them to a tractor-trailer parked outside a home on Sunrise Drive in Science Hill, Kentucky.

State Police said the trailer contained the stolen fertilizer.  The trailer was seized by authorities.

State Police said charges are expected in Kentucky, pending the outcome of the investigation and presentation of the case to a grand jury.
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