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Rash Of Graffiti Reported On County’s North End

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A stop sign and two road signs in rural Columbia are among the ones recently vandalized with graffiti.
A stop sign and two road signs in rural Columbia are among the ones recently vandalized with graffiti.

Sheriff Offering $500 Reward  A wave of vandalism to street signs has hit the northern end of Monroe County. For the last two months, county deputies have taken several reports regarding spray painting and other damage to highway road signs and private property. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department is offering a $500 reward for anyone who provides …

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