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Teton Stay Sports, Grub Slingers, Teased Salon, Quick Loans and Down to Earth Floral all had windows debilitated. Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet had damaged windshields and hoods on several vehicles and 4 vehicles on Dove Avenue were damaged. Access was
Rigby the coppers are investigating vandalism at several businesses along Farnsworth Way in Rigby. Teton Board Sports, Grub Slingers, Teased Salon, Payday Loans and Down to Clay Floral had broken windows, while Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet had damaged
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Teton Directorship Sports, Grub Slingers, Teased Salon, Quick Loans and Down to Earth Floral all had windows domesticated. Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet had damaged windshields and hoods on several vehicles and 4 vehicles on Dove Avenue were damaged. Entrance was made at Teton Board Sports, but at this time it is unknown if any merchandise was taken. A vehicle at South Fork Inn was broken into and 2 bags were removed. Obscure vandalism also occurred at Bob’s Kwik Serv. Dermatology of Eastern Idaho and Arthritis Specialty Care on South Rigby Lake Driveway had windows broken and two cars on Dove Avenue had damage reported and had been gone through. Video has been unexcited from Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet and Bobs Kwik Serv. It is still unknown the dollar amount of the damage, but estimates are $15,000. The study is continuing. Source: www.idahostatejournal.com
According to the Rigby Control Department Dermatology of Eastern Idaho and Arthritis Specialty Care on South Rigby Lake Enterprise had windows broken. The two cars were on Dove Avenue. The total damage of the vandalism is estimated at over $15,000. The inquest is continuing. You can view the surveillance video of the suspect in the Related Content below. Original story: Rigby policemen are investigating vandalism at several businesses along Farnsworth Way in Rigby. Teton Board Sports, Grub Slingers, Teased Salon, Payday Loans and Down to Ground Floral had broken windows, while Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet had damaged windshields and hoods on several vehicles, and four vehicles on Dove Avenue were damaged. "There was a clutch of doors that had been broken in and windows that were broken with rocks," said Jeremiah Bigelow. "Somebody threw rocks to the windows. John Adams, general manager of Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet, received the call from Rigby control early Sunday morning. He said, "I'm shocked. I've only been here for two years and I've never had an issue like this. You don't hear something like this circumstance in the community. It's going to be very devastating on the community. Police say five trucks and two SUVs are damaged. The mutilation is an estimated loss of at least $10,000. Surveillance video shows two people in a red sedan entering the Tadd Jenkins lot. "One guy got out of the car and walked to the vastly south end of the lot and walked their way up Farnsworth way and you can actually see where they picked up rocks and just chucked them at our vehicles," said Adams. Tadd Jenkins Chevrolet posted to its Facebook that a punishment is being offered for anyone who provides information about the culprits. "I think we know who it is," said Bigelow. "We have surveillance from the gas station and Teton Panel Sports. Source: www.localnews8.com
Sophomore Mason Swainston earned start in both the high jump and long jump. Sophomore Rosemary Joseph earned first in the high rift and second in the long jump, while freshman Taryn Paradis finished first in the triple jump just vanguard of junior Alison Walker, who placed second. Junior Chris Fullmer also continued a strong run in the in two shakes of a lamb's tail put, throwing for a second first place in as many meets. In the 100-meter dash sophomore Kira Judicious and junior Dimitri Krause both earned first place. Senior Hannah Hartshorn also earned before all in the 200-meter dash. In the men’s 800 meter run, senior Ethan Marcum came in first. Other top finishes included chief James Joseph coming in first in the 110 and 300-meter hurdles, with senior Josiah Otto coming in number two in the 300-meter hurdles. Otto also came in second in the high jump just behind teammate Krause. Food it Clean. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, racist or sexually-oriented language. Desire TURN OFF YOUR CAPS LOCK. Don't Threaten. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. Don't knowingly lie about anyone or anything. No racism, sexism or any select of -ism that is degrading to another person. Use the 'Report' link on each comment to let us know of abusive posts. Share with Us. We'd love to agree eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article. Source: www.tetonvalleynews.net
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