Wire theft stops train in its tracks,...

Wire theft stops train in its tracks, report states

Two men who allegedly forced an Amtrak train to shut down due to a copper wire theft have been charged. Klayton Donnald Bourke, 33, of East Carbon, and Ryan Scott Ferguson, 45, of Sunnyside, were charged Thursday in 7th District Court with criminal mischief causing damage to critical infrastructure, a second-degree felony, and theft, a class B misdemeanor.

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