Jackson Co. Sheriff's Office Seek Suspects in Sign Vandalism

By: Bryan Anderson
By: Bryan Anderson

Kynesville, FL- The Jackson County Road Department said the incident happened in about a four day time span at the end of September along several roads in Kynesville.

Some of the signs had bullet holes in them and others were bent in half. County Officials told News Channel 7 there were tire tracks at a few of the scenes and they thought it could be the same person or people that damaged all the signs.

The Road Department said each sign costs around $60 and when you multiply that by 24 and add in the labor costs and overtime, the final repair bill was close to $5,000.

"I don't know what kind of person would do something like that. I would be reluctant to guess or say because I just don't know what drives somebody to do that. They're just somebody out having a good time at somebody else's expense," said Jackson County Road Department Superintendent Al Green.

Green said incidents like this aren't unusual. He said the Road.


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