Auburn landfill investigation continues
Chris Fenerty, investigator for the Rockingham County Attorney’s Office, said he had no additional information to provide.
“I would have definitely allowed the ongoing criminal investigation with the county attorney’s office and the Auburn Police Department to run its course,” said Picard. “I think that other action may have been premature, and certainly to release that information was counter-productive.”
In addition, Auburn Town Administrator Bill Herman said the town’s legal counsel has been asked to pursue a civil claim against Wetherbee for reimbursement of more than $50,000 in expenses the town incurred as a result of the removal of the waste from the landfill, investigation expenses and lab work related to additional allegations against Dross that he used ash from the town incinerator in the paving of Eaton Hill Road.
Selectmen have also referred the Staples report to the Attorney General’s Office of Public Integrity, said Herman.
In addition, Dross said he’s hired an attorney and filed a complaint with the Auburn Police Department against two investigating officers named in the Staples report.
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