Tom Selleck foots P.I. bill for the Calleguas Municipal Water District

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

Props to the Calleguas Municipal Water District for hiring a private investigator when “Magnum P.I.” and “Blue Bloods” star, Tom Selleck was suspected of illegally transporting their water to his ranch in the neighboring Hidden Valley district.

“On Wednesday, the water district accepted Selleck’s settlement offer. He agreed to stop transporting water outside Calleguas’ boundaries and to — More—

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One thought on “Tom Selleck foots P.I. bill for the Calleguas Municipal Water District

  1. This blog is almost as biased and untruthful as today’s major news media. Tom Selleck did NOT surreptitiously embezzle water as alleged by this blog.

    Jay Spurgin, public works director for Thousand Oaks, said a construction company paid a fee to secure the rights to draw water from the city hydrant two years ago. “There was water used during that time, and it was paid for,” he said. The deal allows these companies to haul as much water as they want for special projects. They can then sell the water to a third party, as long as that party pays their monthly service charge and water bills. Tom Selleck had paid the monthly service charge as well as the water bills.

    The Calleguas Municipal Water District acknowledged that the water had not been stolen and they should consider themselves fortunate that Selleck decided to handle it the way he did. He could have put a big financial burden on everyone including the taxpayers had he decided to go the distance.

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