According to a report filed by Sgt. Russ Henry, he spoke with Roy Saint, who said he noticed damage to vehicles and his home.
Saint said a camper, his motorcycle and a car were damaged as well as a screened porch on his home.
A number of holes were discovered in the screen wire which enclosed the structure.
Scratches and dents were found on the vehicles and the motorcycle, according to the report.
Henry placed the residence on extra patrol.
Damage was assessed at $350.
Investigation is continuing.
- Deputy Darren Miller filed a report for a Frazier Lane resident Friday regarding vandalism to his vehicle.
According to his report, Travis Davis was listed as the victim.
Davis told the deputy someone had cut all four tires on his 1978 Toyota.
The tires were valued at $200.
- A Mysinger Road resident told deputy David Michaels someone had broken the rear window from her vehicle.
According to his report, Angela Allen said the car was parked in her driveway when she noticed the damage.
Allen’s 2000 Chevrolet Impala’s rear passenger window had been broken.
There were no items missing from the car at the time of the initial report.
Damage was estimated at $200.
- A Kawasaki dirt bike was reportedly taken from an outbuilding located at a Osment Road residence.
According to a report filed by deputy Travis Smith, Lisa Ellis said the green and white KXL 140 bike was taken from the building sometime in the past few weeks.
She was not sure when the motorcycle went missing.
Ellis said there had been a number of people working on the property during the past few weeks.
The building was believed to be secured prior to the theft, yet no sign of forced entry was evident.
Vehicle identification numbers were obtained and entered into the National Crime Information Center database.
There was no dollar value in the report concerning the motorcycle.