Tyler L. Gray, 31, Archbold, has been indicted in connection with the theft of grain from Pettisville Grain Company.
In a press release, Scott Haselman, Fulton County proseucting attorney, said the Fulton County Grand Jury returned a one-count indictment against Gray, charging him with grand theft.
Haselman said, “on or about March 6 to March 24, he allegedly stole grain val- ued at $7,500 or more, but less than $150,000 from the Pettisville Grain Company.”
Roy Miller, Fulton County sheriff, said he could not comment on the case, because it is still pending.
Gray was among 21 people indicted by the Fulton County Grand Jury during its Monday, Aug. 18 meeting.
Timothy Michael Saunders, 30, rural Archbold, is currently serving a 90-day jail sentence in connection with stealing grain from PGC.
He entered a no-contest plea to a single count of misdemeanor theft in Fulton County Western District Court on Tuesday, Aug. 5.
Information from the Saunders case file stated he was involved in the theft of grain from PGC while he was an employee with the firm during the March 6-24 time frame.
No exact amount was given for the value of the grain taken, but as part of his sentence, Saunders was ordered to make $60,000 in restitution to Pettisville Grain.