Vandals spray-paint vehicles, homes on Sycamore Street

Seven parked cars and three homes were vandalized on Sycamore Street sometime Saturday night, police said.
Sandusky Register Staff
Dec 3, 2013

 

The homes and cars were spray-painted. As of Monday police had identified no suspects.

 

   Profanities were spray-painted on some of the vehicles, while some simply had a stripe painted down the side, according to a police report. Three homes in the 700 block of Sycamore St. were also vandalized, with various swear words plastered on doors and siding, the report said.

 

   Officers found an empty spray-paint can and cap nearby, the report said.

Comments

Mommabear713

If you don't mind me asking, what were the profanities? Were there names? Last year in the end of August, our house, a few houses near our house and a vehicle that was parked across the street from our house had all been spray painted on. I called the police, nothing was done about it even after I found out who did it. I called the police back when I found out, the spray paint still has not been remobed from the sidewalks. Which is city property.

No Wake

The profanities were not fit to print, and there are no names because the police have not identified any suspects. Use your imagination.

Mommabear713

Obviously. I should have been more specific. Such as, did the profanities also go along with names of another person, perhaps a females name. I wasn't looking for names of a vandal. Because if they did go along with a name of a female I could point them to a few vandals.

Nemesis

Aw heck, Momma, did you cheat on your boyfriend again?

Sorry, but you just can't dangle a setup like that in front of a crowd like this.

Unassumer

check with George Carlin. he can fill you in on the various profanities used on a regular basis.

Stop It

That'd be a trick. Bringing a dead comedian back to life.

Nemesis

There's this new technology called audio recording - you may have heard of it.

Stop It

Really, Nemesis? Damn, I thought Unassumer said, "check with George Carlin." Nothing in there about vinyl, 8-tracks, cassettes, CDs, DVDs, MP3s youtube, etc, etc..

Bite me.

Unassumer

It was those *&%$#* kids!