Dump graffiti may be warning to Auburn officer
According to police, someone tagged a stop sign by the old dump with the words “That means you Bill Barry,” which police believe is a message for Officer Bill Barry of the Auburn Police Department. Police officials said the stop sign itself has been removed so that it can be examined by police, who believe the message could be an attempt to threaten or intimidate a police officer.
There also appears to be refrigerator parts visible near the test pit along with tires.
“It was barely a pickup truck load’s worth of material,” he said.George Carrigan of the Department of Environmental Services, however, said it would be impossible to know how much more solid waste is at the site until the process of removing it begins. Carrigan was at the site Thursday on behalf of the DES and said that while the solid waste must be removed, the DES’s role at the site is mostly advisory.
“The town asked the state to take a closer look at it. Stantec, a consulting firm, was in charge at the test pit, and they are going to come up with a plan to remove the waste,” Carrigan said.
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