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Officials searching for stolen road sign
A $500 reward is being offered for the conviction of the person who stole a solar-powered road sign like this one.
Warren County Highway Department is offering a $500 reward for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for taking a road sign placed for the safety of the Amish community.“Residents in the area of Bertha Owens Road and Ivy Bluff Trail intersection asked me to do something to try and slow motorists down,” said Road Superintendent Levie Glenn. “They were concerned for their Amish neighbors. I placed a solar-powered flashing light with a sign of a horse and buggy on it at that intersection.”The area is locally called “chicken hill” and some motorists are proving they aren’t afraid to go fast, which could be potentially dangerous to slower-moving horse and buggies sharing the roadway.