Police Investigate Vandalism Case

The Gadsden Times
Gasden, Alabama
Published: Mondayl, September 22, 1980


Gadsden police are investigating a number of vandalisms which reportedly occurred over the weekend.

The owner of Fuller Wrecker Service on North Fourth Street reported seeing three juveniles, one carrying a gasoline can, run from the surrounding parking area where he later discovered rocks had been thrown threw windows of 11 vehicles. No estimates on damage have been complied.

A report was also filed that concrete blocks had been thrown through the windows of a vehicle listed to Charlene Spears parked outside Rockwood Inn.

Jimmy Carlton reported items valued at $110 taken from his vehicle while parked in the Exchange Bank lot.

Biff Burger on North 12th Street reportedly was burglarized and a coffee maker and quanitity of beef taken. Loss was set at $195.

Mark Allen Hill reported a windown broked out of his Datsun while at Krystal restaurant in East Gadsden.

A 13-year old youth was picked up by police in connection with the reported theft of 1976 Chevrolet from Bobby Coleman. The car was valued at $3,500.


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