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Racial slurs spray-painted on property
Residents of Twin Oak Road awoke Tuesday morning to vandalism and racial slurs being scattered along the houses on the road.
“It’s scary, because you have no idea who did this,” said resident Shanika Lopez. “The person who did this could be smiling right in your face and you wouldn’t know.”
Various acts of vandalism such as mailboxes and signs being burnt, along with slurs and expletives were spray-painted on cars, a shed and even the side of one of the houses along the road. Several members of the neighborhood reported that tires on cars had been slashed, and one house reported that someone had put sugar into the gas tank of his vehicle.
The spray-painting referenced law enforcement, African-Americans, and also had sexual connotations.
In the neighborhood, “KKK” and “FTP” were painted. However, there also were random painted smiley faces.
“We haven’t lived here long, but nothing like this has happened on this street since we’ve been here,” Lopez said. “I’m just glad they didn’t burn down our house or something like that.”
The Screven CountySheriff’s Department has been made aware of the situation, and are currently investigating the criminal damages.
A prayer service was scheduled at the Kemp Grove Baptist Church on Pine Street in Sylvania Wednesday evening after the Sylvania Telephone’s deadline for this week’s edition.