Tom Selleck Agrees to Pay Investigator Fee for Ranch Watering Dispute

Magnum, P.I. star Tom Selleck has agreed to pay the bill for a private investigator hired by a California agency to probe allegations the actor illegally diverted water to his ranch.
The state as been in a state of drought for years.
Officials from the Calleguas Municipal Water District filed a legal complaint against Selleck on July 6 which said a hydrant in their district was tapped to supply his ranch, which is located in a nearby jurisdiction.
A legal settlement between Selleck and the Calleguas district, which was formally approved on Wednesday by directors of the agency, will prevent Selleck from drawing water from the district for use on his ranch.
According to the legal complaint, the district determined that several times from 2013 to 2015 a water-tender truck filled from a hydrant within the Calleguas district and delivered that water to Selleck's ranch.
The investigator will cost Selleck nearly $22,000.