Vandals target Williamson County homes, cars and businesses

Seguin Police Department Officer Mike Guerra will not face charges after shooting and killing a robbery suspect on April 26, 2016.
Seguin Police Department Officer Mike Guerra will not face charges after shooting and killing a robbery suspect on April 26, 2016.

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) – The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has received several reports of windows being shot with BB guns. Vehicles, residences and businesses have all been targeted.

Approximately 28 vehicles on both the east and west side of the county have had their windows shot. Washatopia Laundry on Anderson Mill Road had their front glass windows shot as well.

During the past week approximately 10 houses and cars reported BB gun holes in the windows and windshields. Officers suspect juveniles are responsible but have no suspects yet.

 

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