Vandals Damage 16 Fort Smith Vehicles In Three Days

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FORT SMITH (KFSM) – Fort Smith police are investigating a rash of vandalism cases, after 16 vehicles were damaged between Saturday and Tuesday.

Police have received 16 reports in the last three days of shattered or damaged windows to vehicles parked in front of homes. No thefts were reported in the acts of vandalism, said Sgt. Daniel Grubbs, public information officer for the Fort Smith Police Department.

Police said they took three reports from Fifth Street, two from Lexington Avenue and one each from S Street, O Street, M Street, Memphis Street, Charlotte Lane, 23rd Street, R Street and Hardie Avenue.

The vandalism cases occurred between the nighttime hours of Saturday and the early morning hours of Tuesday, police said.

Anyone with information on the incidents is asked to call the Fort Smith Police Department at 479-709-5100.

Police released the following list of the acts of vandalism:

Reports taken South of Rogers Avenue:

1300 block of South “S” Street                    2800 - 2900 block of Charlotte Lane

1500 block of South “O” Street                    1600 block of Lexington Avenue

1600 block of South “M” Street                   1900 block of Lexington Avenue

2500 block of Memphis Street                    2200 block of South 23rd Street

Reports taken North of Rogers Avenue:

2800 block of Hardie Avenue                                  600 block of North 5th Street

1300 block of North 5th Street                                 1000 – 1100 block of North 5th Street

2200 block of North “R” Street


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