Crime

April 13, 2016 7:33 PM

Recognize this trash? Dumping off Cole Road is widespread, illegal

The Ada County Sheriff’s Office wants information about the dumpers

Mounds of tires and roof shingles have been discarded, as have old clothes and a hot tub

Getting caught is costlier and more time-consuming than going to the landfill

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