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April 23, 2014

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Greeneville Police Investigate Several Vandalism Reports

Originally published: 2013-04-05 11:26:37
Last modified: 2013-04-05 11:31:39



Greeneville police are investigating several acts of vandalism Thursday night and early today to houses and a car.

A woman living in the 100 block of East Brad Street told police she was asleep about 8 a.m. Thursday when she "was awakened by loud crashing sounds," Officer Louis Calobrisi said in a report.

When the homeowner went to investigate, she found that someone had taken a large stone from a flower bed in front of the house and thrown it through her living room window, the report said.

"A concrete block had also been thrown through her front glass door, impacting the front door of the residence," the report said.

A bedroom window next to the front door was also shattered with a rock, the report said.

No one was seen on the property or leaving the scene, the report said.

A man living in the 800 block of Winchester Drive told police he was away from his house between 9:30 and 10: 30 p.m. Thursday.

When he returned home, he "found that all four tires on his 2006 BMW 330i had been cut with a sharp object," Officer Joe Prokop said in a report.

The car windshield "was broken in multiple places," the report added.

No suspects were named. Damage totals $1,820.

Shortly before 1 a.m. today, a man living in the 100 block of Raymond Road "heard someone hitting his front door with a hard object," Officer Stacey Hobbs said in a report.

The victim heard a woman's voice "cursing him" and when he looked outside, saw a woman running away from his house to a small, red, four-door sport utility vehicle, the report said.

The man did not recognize the woman's voice, the report said.

About 10 minutes after the SUV left, a large rock was thrown through the front glass window of the house, the report said.

A possible female suspect is named in the report.

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