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Troy city employee facing charges

(KNZA)--The maintenance supervisor for the Doniphan County community of Troy has been charged with the alleged theft of city property.

36-year-old Dustin Ferris has been charged in Doniphan County District Court with felony theft, felony theft by deception and misdemeanor criminal deprivation of property.

The Kansas Chief reports Ferris was arrested October 9 following an investigation by Elwood Police Chief Larry Hunsaker.

He has been a city employee since October 2014.

According to the criminal complaint, Ferris is accused of the theft of city maintenance property—including lumber, street maintenance products,  building repair items, electrical items, lawn tools and ceiling fans.  He is also accused of exerting unauthorized control over other city property—including trail cameras, a lawn blower and structural guttering.

A preliminary hearing in the case is set for November 13.

Ferris is currently free on a $50,000 own recognizance bond.


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