Tags: Crime, Government & News & Crime
June 17, 2014CUMMING, Ga. — Someone broken into the pool house in a neighborhood and caused about $10,000 in damage, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff's incident report.
On June 10, residents of the Hamptons called 911 after finding the pool house, 4650 Hamptons Club Drive, damaged.
Deputies saw office furniture, pool chairs and broken beer bottles in the pool. The inside and rear of the building had been demolished, as if construction workers had begun to refurbish it.
The vandals kicked holes into the sheetrock, tore down signs and ripped off cabinet doors. Every item inside the lower portion of the pool house was thrown on the floor.
Deputies said the HOA would probably have to spend over $10,000 to repair the damage to the pool, sinks, refrigerators, walls and signs.