On Sunday (Dec. 8) two employees of Cache Valley Electric who are currently working as contractors at Nucor came to the SPD to report possible harassment which occurred at their job site.

The two reported offensive graffiti and racially threatening items were left near their work station.


During Detective Reed’s investigation, she spoke with both the employee's foreman, project supervisor and union representative. The graffiti had not been on items that belonged to CVE and it had been removed. The items reported as being racially intimidating were in fact items used by electricians and scattered throughout the job site.


Detective Reed’s investigation provided no evidence that either party had been specifically targeted, threatened or intimidated by any specific person or group of people therefore the case is unfounded, according to Commander David Woolery, Criminal Investigations Bureau, Sedalia Police Department.

Randy Kirby
Randy Kirby

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