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Reward offered for information about LOP vandalism

One of the vandalized mailboxes.
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The weekend of Presidents Holiday (Feb. 18, 2002) a hate crime was perpetrated upon the property owners on Table Meadow Road in the LOP Ranchos, south Nevada County.

Several mailboxes were severely damaged and our nightlights on the gate fence posts were smashed so hard the glass flew 50 feet.



There is a reward of $500 offered for the arrest and conviction of the criminals who destroyed this federal and personal property.




Alvin V. Norberg

Auburn


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