Pallets of Mayonnaise Dumped in Frailey Township
State Police are trying to locate a North Carolina man they say dumped 2 pallets of mayonnaise in Frailey Township over the weekend.
According to information from the PSP-Schuylkill Haven barracks, the unidentified man from Kinston, North Carolina, unloaded a pair of pallets of mayo from his tractor-trailer onto private property in Frailey Township on Oct. 30, just before 3 p.m.
The property is owned by an unidentified 54-year-old man from Pine Grove.
After the North Carolina man dumped the mayo, he got away, going in an unknown direction.
A search of court records on Sunday night turned up empty for charges stemming from this incident. However, State Police say they’ve filed a Scattering Rubbish charge against the southerner.
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