A neighbor of school board candidate woke up Saturday to find rolls of toilet paper and signs in his front yard.
The neighbor previously had "Elect Kelly Marlow for School Board" yard signs there, reader on Canton-Sixes Patch. The post included a picture of the vandalized home, which Price said she received from Marlow, who is running for Post 1 against Cromer.
Post 1 covers BridgeMill, , , and parts of the Holly Springs, Toonigh and Univeter areas.
"I did not submit the photo, but based on your request, I spoke to my neighbor," Marlow said in an email to Canton-Sixes Patch. "Unfortunately, he is disturbed by this incident but, because he has small children, he does not want to become part of the story. It seems this was a childish prank and we shall not pursue it further."
That may explain why Lt. Jay Baker, spokesman for the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, was unaware of any activity in BridgeMill over the weekend.
"I can't locate reports related to it," he said.
Cromer, Marlow's opponent, said she did not know about the incident until a reporter reached out to her.
"I do not know who was involved and I do not condone this type of behavior," she said. "I have had many signs that were placed on private property disappear and have had reports of other signs being placed in front of my signs, but nothing to this extreme."
Vandalism has been reported in other area races recently. Just last week, David Waters told Woodstock-Towne Lake Patch that someone used a .
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