NASHVILLE, Ind. (AP) - A southern Indiana prosecutor has dropped charges against two loggers accused of indiscriminately cutting trees and damaging private property in Brown County.
Mark A. Morin of Morin Logging Inc. in Bedford and Robert Hamilton of Hamilton Logging Inc. in Martinsville had faced 15 charges which alleged they had indiscriminately cut trees beyond a designated line.
The men were also accused of cutting down trees without permission and damaging private property.
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