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Crime Report: Pit Bull Shot Dead, Waffle House Vandalism and Scuffle at Pep Rally

The following information was gathered from Oconee County Sheriff's Office reports and highlights incidents reported Sept. 13-16.

Crime Report: Pit Bull Shot Dead, Waffle House Vandalism and Scuffle at Pep Rally

Dog Shot to Death: A Marshall Store Road resident reported someone shot and killed his fawn-colored pit bull sometime between 10 p.m. on Sept. 15 and 8 a.m. on Sept. 16.  The dog's owner said he found the dog's body with one fatal bullet wound just off the road in the 1200 block of the street. He said the dog was kept in a pen but must have escaped.  He also said he didn't believe the dog was aggressive and that he believes he knows who is responsible but didn't want to press charges right away. Deputies spoke with a neighbor about the incident who said he did not shoot the dog.  The investigation continues.

Waffle House Vandalism: A deputy was dispatched to Waffle House on Epps Bridge Parkway around 2:30 a.m. on Sept. 16.  A cook reported having seen two men enter the men's restroom.  He said one of the men was putting a cap back on a black marker as he was exiting.  The employee then found graffiti on three areas of the wall in the bathroom.  The two men left before the deputy arrived.

Scuffle at Pep Rally: Around 3:15 p.m. on Sept. 14, deputies were called to North Oconee High School where  juveniles had reportedly been fighting.  Two had started the argument and a third jumped in when one of the other two was knocked to the ground.  The original two were charged with affray and  were released to their parents.

Shoplifting Arrest: Wal-mart, route: {:controller=>"listings", :action=>"show", :id=>"wal-mart-90"} --> security on Sept. 13 reported a woman tried to steal a flat-screen TV but ran into the parking lot when confronted by security.  The TV was recovered near the woman's green Ford station wagon along with two surveillance systems inside the vehicle that had been reported missing from the Wal-mart store on Lexington Road.

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