North Kingstown trucking company facing felony charges for unpaid tolls in Maine

MAINE STATE POLICE seized six trucks on Dec. 6 that are owned and operated by North Kingstown-based Commodity Haulers Express Inc. The company is facing felony charges for allegedly racking up approximately $75,000 in unpaid tolls in the state over a three-year period./COURTESY MAINE STATE POLICE
MAINE STATE POLICE seized six trucks on Dec. 6 that are owned and operated by North Kingstown-based Commodity Haulers Express Inc. The company is facing felony charges for allegedly racking up approximately $75,000 in unpaid tolls in the state over a three-year period./COURTESY MAINE STATE POLICE
PROVIDENCE — Six tractor-trailer trucks owned and operated by North Kingstown-based Commodity Haulers Express Inc. were seized by Maine State Police on Dec. 6 and the company is facing felony theft of service charges for three years’ worth of unpaid tolls. Maine State Police, according to a news release Monday, was asked to investigate a…

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