Grave Robber Out On Bond

By Corinne Rose
By Maureen Mespell

August 8, 2011 Updated Jan 12, 2012 at 7:20 PM EDT

ALBION, Indiana (Indiana's NewsCenter) -- 19 year old Andrew Huntsman, who admitted he tried to dig up a grave in Kimmell and was sentenced to one year in jail is now out while appealing his sentence.

Robert Avila who was with Huntsman that night is currently spending a year behind bars in Noble County.

Below is the orginal story on the incident:

Noble County police have arrested two teens in a suspected attempted grave robbing.

19-year old Andrew Huntsman of Kimmel was taken into custody along with 19-year old Roberto Avila of Ligonier on criminal mischief charges.

Officials say a tip led to the arrests.

This came after police found a 4-foot deep hole had been dug down to a casket at a grave site in the Sparta Township cemetery in Kimmell last week.




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