Construction Equipment Vandalized

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REILLY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — State police say vandals caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage to construction equipment in Schuylkill County.

The superintendent of Miller Brothers Construction told investigators someone vandalized several pieces of construction equipment from Arthur Angst Excavating as well as two of equipment trailers along Route 125 near Pine Grove.

Troopers said the vandalism happened sometime late Sunday night or early Monday morning.

1 Comment

  • jimbrony

    AMJOY says this is just a result of social injustice and inequality. Someone is just upset that other people have jobs and they don’t. Is it just me or does AMJOY sound just like that meathead Archie Beal?

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