BRANDON, Fla. - A Tampa-area woman says someone threw some type of acid on the side of her sport-utility vehicle that was parked outside a KmartGlenda Banfield said she was in the Brandon, Fla., store for about an hour when she came out to find the paint on her 2002 Ford Explorer was bubbling. "My paint was down to the metal," she said, "I rubbed my hand down over it and it just came off in flakes. "Banfield was parked in a disabled parking space in the front row towards the entrance of the store.
BRANDON, Fla. -- A Brandon woman says someone threw some type of acid on the side of her 2002 Ford Explorer that was parked outside a Kmart in Brandon. Glenda Banfield said she was in the store for about an hour when she came out to find the paint on her car bubbling. "My paint was down to the metal," she said, "I rubbed my hand down over it and it just came off in flakes. "Banfield was parked in a disabled parking space in the front row towards the entrance of the store.
YBOR CITY, Fla. - The Tampa Police Department is searching for a young man who was caught on camera doing a skateboard trick across a custom-painted car in Ybor City.A spokesperson for the police department said the case is being investigated as a felony criminal mischief. Detectives would like to speak with Dalton Newbury as a person of interest.
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Selecting a term
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