Man Arrested in Connection to Camp Town Greyhound Park Damage and Copper Theft

Published 03/24 2014 05:17PM

Updated 03/24 2014 07:28PM

FRONTENAC, KS.--- An ongoing investigation by the Frontenac Police Department has led to the arrest of one suspect. Joseph Grosstephan was booked into Crawford County Jail for burglary, criminal damage, and theft. He's being held in connection to more than $30,000 in damage and theft of copper and scrap materials reported missing from the closed down Camp Town Greyhound Park in Kansas. The investigation continues as other people are being questioned and charges are pending. If you have any information, contact the Frontenac Police Department at 620-231-9216. 

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