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Pine Ridge Golf Course Targeted by Vandals

web posted December 25, 2013

JOHNSTON The Edgefield County Sheriff's Office received a call Tuesday morning from the Pine Ridge Country Club reporting someone destroying a portion of the golf course over night. The driver entered the golf course and, with the heavy rains recently, destroyed a portion of the golf course spinning the tires to a suspected truck.

According to an incident report, the driver entered the course from Par Drive and then drove the vehicle along the course spinning tires "from side to side" and leaving ruts deep in the fairway. The report did not indicate if any of the greens were damaged.

There was no suspicious activity reported in the area the night before and the course was last checked around 5 pm Monday.

The full account of damages was not available, but was placed at  a minimum of $2,000 making the crime a felony malicious destruction of private property. The case remains under investigation.




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