Three men were cited for allegedly damaging a dirt road after their vehicles got stuck on it Sunday afternoon.
The Gage County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint that people were driving vehicles on East Maple Road just east of South 10th Road. The road is dirt, and the large amount of rain caused the roadway to be muddy, a press release from the sheriff’s office stated.
When deputies arrived, they observed three vehicles stuck in the mud. All three drivers were contacted, and it was found that one vehicle was stuck, and the other vehicles were attempting to pull the vehicle out.
This caused the other vehicles to also get stuck
The actions caused the roadway to be severely damaged. No driver could provide an explanation as to why they were on the road, the press release stated.
The investigation resulted in three people being cited for the damage. Those cited were, Travis Privett, 25, of Wymore, Travis Botcher, 44, of Wymore and Kyle Huls, 28, of Marysville, Kan.
Get local news delivered to your inbox!
Subscribe to our Daily Headlines newsletter.