Vandals damage apartments, shed

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Five apartments and a maintenance shed in the East Augusta Commons Apartment Complex were damaged over the weekend, according to a Richmond County sheriff's incident report.

The apartments at 420 E. Boundary were broken into between Friday and Monday. Many were vacant.

The suspects also sprayed one apartment's walls with mustard and ketchup, and another was damaged when a fire extinguisher was discharged, police said.

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Troy Infantoy
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Troy Infantoy 07/20/10 - 08:01 am
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It's absolutely shocking that

It's absolutely shocking that something like this could happen in a nice quiet neighborhood like that.

jbomb
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jbomb 07/20/10 - 11:30 am
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Troy it could happen

Troy it could happen anywhere.I lived in Augusta for 6 years nothing ever surprises me there.

FallingLeaves
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FallingLeaves 07/20/10 - 11:50 am
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I've lived in Augusta since I

I've lived in Augusta since I was in elementary school and nothing surprises me anywhere in the CSRA after what I've seen with my own eyes over the years. You have to be careful anywhere and everywhere, not just here. There is an epidemic of drug and/or alcohol impaired and/or people with mental issues that are committing crimes of opportunity.

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countyman 07/20/10 - 01:00 pm
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Trey swears he knows some

Trey swears he knows some much about the diffrent Richmond county areas... The homes in East Bound are nice and quiet most of the time... East Augusta Commons is not bad as you think either... The areas along Blue Ridge drive in Martinez have had a couple of break-ins and burgalries recently. What if I made the comment I shocked this happen in that area....

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