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Criminal damage to wind turbine being investigated
04/01/2021

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(KMZA)--The criminal damage of a wind turbine in Nemaha County is being investigated.

The Nemaha County Sheriff's Office says sometime between noon on March 23 and 1:00 pm on March 24, a turbine was damaged at 24th and R Roads.

The Sheriff's Office said it was discovered that someone had shot at the housing, causing damage to it as well as wiring.

The damage was estimated at $780,000, which includes the cost of equipment needed to facilitate the repair.

The turbine is owned by NextEra Energy Resources, and is part of the Soldier Creek Wind Farm in southern Nemaha County. 

The Sheriff's Office currently has no suspects.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Nemaha County Sheriff's Office at 785-336-2311.


 

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