GROVETON, TX (KTRE) - A grand jury has indicted a man who told KTRE he cut a water line on his property.
Bobby Conner is charged with disruption of water service, a third-degree felony.
Conner told KTRE he cut the line with a chainsaw after a dispute with the Nogalus Prairie water company.
In doing so, Conner left about 75 customers in the area without water.
The grand jury handed down the indictment on Friday.
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