Vandals Place Spikes on Roads to Deer Camps
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest, and Bossier Sheriff's Department would like information on vandals in the Plain Dealing, Louisiana area. Vandalism started last year in this area. Over 20 tires were ruined by sharp spikes that had been buried in the dirt on the roads leading to deer camps. No one has been injured, but there is a possibility that if anyone stepped on the spikes they would suffer severe damage to their foot.
Not only are the roads being tampered with, deer equipment has been stolen as well. Deer cameras have been stolen or damaged, tree stands have been vandalized, deer camps have been burglarized.
The vandalism has happened around Burnt Pine Hunting Club on Old Plain Dealing Road, Four “N” Hunting Club on Highway 160 and on private land near Peace Lane and Hope Lane. From KTBS.com.