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August 26, 2013

Incident cements suspicions for Wheatfield resident

Sheriff's deputies were called to a Niagara Road address Saturday afternoon for a report of cement being dumped in a yard.

The resident said sometime since Aug. 15 someone dumped cement in his rear yard that had since hardened. The resident added that he thinks someone is trying to do harmful things to him and his land. He also believed someone is poisoning his vegetable plants in this backyard.

The deputy did take note of the cement but said he did not have enough knowledge of plants to determine if the vegetable plants had been purposely harmed. The deputy did say there appeared to be parts of the plants dying.

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