There must be something in the water in Georgia these days.
There’s been the escalating she said-he said war between a Democratic state legislator and a Cuban-American Democrat over heated words that were exchanged at a Publix grocery store express lane last Friday.
But there’s also another crazy story coming from Georgia involving a woman who hated a Cobb County man’s Trump 2020 display so much that she drove her SUV through a barbed wire fence to vandalize it at 1 in the morning last Monday.
[Property owner George] Bentley’s security cameras captured a car driving through the barbed wire fence and then knocking over a bright-colored cube around 1 a.m. Monday.
The video then shows a woman standing in front of the camera to spray-paint the Trump sign.
Bentley and his girlfriend, Dee Corson, discovered what happened when they woke up later in the day.
“That’s pretty strong for it to bother you something like this,” Corson said.
Unfortunately for the vandal, she couldn’t get her car back through the barbed wire fence:
They also made another discovery: a car left behind.
Video shows the woman struggled to get back through the fence, so she left the car there.
“If the car hadn’t been here with the tag on it, and we just had video of the person, it would have been really tough,” Bentley said.
The car led police to Azaria Moore, 20, who is charged with criminal trespass and failure to report a crash.
Moore didn’t talk on camera but told the news outlet that, if convicted, she might have to face up to five years in prison.
Watch the video report below, which includes a short clip of Moore driving through the field and spray-painting the sign:
You know what they say about karma, right?
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