Brownsburg Taxidermist arrested for Corrupt Business Practices

Brownsburg Taxidermist arrested for Corrupt Business Practices


Indiana Conservation Officers have been investigating Brownsburg Taxidermy located in Brownsburg, IN for the past year and a half.    

The owner of the business, Kevin McGrotty allegedly collected thousands of dollars from his clients and has guaranteed his clients completed work, but has failed to do the work he has promised. 

In all, Kevin has collected over four thousand dollars from sixteen victims that have called in and complained. 

Mr. McGrotty is being charged with sixteen counts of Theft and one count of Corrupt Business Practices (Level 5 Felony).  Mr. McGrotty’s taxidermist license has been revoked as a result of this investigation.
On Sept 26 Indiana Conservation Officers and Hendricks County Sheriff’s detectives served arrest and search warrants on Mr. McGrotty and his Taxidermy business.  Officers seized hides, mounts and antlers of customers that had paid Mr. McGrotty to complete taxidermy work on, but had never received their completed work.
Mr. McGrotty still has several hundred other hides, specimens and antlers he has yet to complete the taxidermy work on.  The involved agencies are asking for the patience of those individuals who still have property at Brownsburg Taxidermy.  All of the articles in the shop will need to be inventoried and recorded.  Customers will be notified when they will be able to recover their property.
The charges filed against Mr. McGrotty are merely allegations. Under the Constitution of Indiana and the United States Mr. McGrotty is innocent of these allegations and will remain so unless or until they are proven beyond a reasonable doubt in court of law.