Vandalism to a property in the 700 block of Old Asheville Highway (Tenn. Rt. 70) was reported Sunday, Greeneville police Officer Jeff Sowers said in a report.
The victim told police that at about 3 a.m. Sunday, he heard a "loud bang" in his front yard. When he went outside, he found a orange and white construction barrier on his front porch.
"He also found two large 'donuts' caused by spinning tires in the middle of his front yard, causing significant damage to his landscaping," the report said.
Damage to the grass is estimated at $200.
Also on Sunday, a homeowner living in the 2300 block of Jones Bridge Road reported her mailbox was destroyed while she was at church.
The victim told sheriff's deputies the mailbox was smashed between 5 and 8 p.m. Sunday, Deputy Jake Little said in a report.
When the woman returned from church, she found the wrecked mailbox "and pieces of a car, dark-green in color, around the area," the report said.
A passenger-side car mirror was found at the scene, along with a fragment containing the letters "VICT," the report said.
The mailbox is valued at $80.