Vehicle tires cut “doughnuts” on the lawn, dug up grass and scarred the cemetery. One deep cut in the lawn came within about a foot of going over into a pond on the property. The damage to the grounds is estimated at about $1,000, according a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office report.
Vehicle tires cut “doughnuts” on the lawn, dug up grass and scarred the cemetery. One deep cut in the lawn came within about a foot of going over into a pond on the property. The damage to the grounds is estimated at about $1,000, according a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office report. Joan McDonough
Vehicle tires cut “doughnuts” on the lawn, dug up grass and scarred the cemetery. One deep cut in the lawn came within about a foot of going over into a pond on the property. The damage to the grounds is estimated at about $1,000, according a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office report. Joan McDonough

3 nights, 11 vehicles, $1,000 in damage to Burton cemetery

May 18, 2017 06:58 PM

UPDATED May 18, 2017 10:52 PM

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