Several cars vandalized with mustard, crushed pepper in Rock Hill

jmcfadden@heraldonline.comSeptember 9, 2013 

— Five people in Rock Hill reported to police that their cars were vandalized with crushed pepper, green beans and mustard over the weekend.

At about 7:45 a.m. Saturday, police spoke with a 69-year-old woman on East White Street who told officers her car had been vandalized, according to a Rock Hill police report. The numbers “7:15” were written in mustard on the roof of the car, the report states. The woman told police her car was left in front of the house overnight and she found it vandalized by 7:15 a.m.

Police received another vandalism call at a East Main Street house. A 38-year-old woman told police that “Luv U” was written in mustard on her car, the report states. A man, 25, told police ground pepper was poured on his car and “7:15” was written on the trunk.

Another man, 49, reported that he found glue on his windshield and “7:15” on the car’s hood, the report states. A third man, 32, told police glue was poured all over his car and “7:15” emblazoned on the car’s hood in mustard.

Two other cars were also vandalized, but police were unable to contact their owners, the report states.

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