(Cambridge City, IN)--Here’s more on our report Thursday about the semi that was stopped in Wayne County with spoiling food bound for area restaurants. Wednesday was the second time in less than a month that the same trucking company was stopped in Wayne County and found to be transporting food well above the allowed temperature. That company is Just In Service, and they’re based in Louisville. "They have establishments that have the orders and they're just trying to place those orders as quickly as they can," said Craig Markley with the Wayne County Health Department. State Police troopers stopped the truck near Cambridge City Wednesday with clams, tofu, cream cheese, and pigs feet with temperatures that were 40 degrees above what was recommended. John Bowling with the state police said that delivery logs were also falsified. "He had his log book pre-made out for two days." Officials did not specify exactly where the food was headed. Markley says the company is exposing the public to several risks. "Then there's the potential for the food-borne illness that the public can get from items like that." Just In Service did not return our calls Thursday.