Graffiti vandals strike in multiple Peachtree City locations


Finding graffiti along cart paths or tunnels in Peachtree City is nothing new. Finding seven areas adorned with graffiti in two days, including three incidents where the word “Pete” was included, is a bit beyond the norm.

Graffiti was found Jan. 26 behind Panasonic Automotive Systems on Ga. Highway 74 South, with “Pete” tagged on a storm drain on the cart path, according to police reports.

A Jan. 27 police report noted that graffiti was found on three railroad electrical boxes near Dividend Drive and Aviation Way, with “Pete” sprayed in black paint, police reports said.

Also on Jan. 27, graffiti referencing “Pete” was found on electrical boxes at a business on Dividend Drive, reports said.

Graffiti was also found behind a business at the Braelinn Shopping Center on Crosstown Drive on Jan. 27, police said.

The Braelinn Recreation Center on Log House Road was also a part of the action on Jan. 27, as officers found graffiti on one of the field houses by the cart path, reports said.

More graffiti turned up on Peachtree Station Circle off South Peachtree Parkway on Jan. 27, found on the cart path behind Renew Braelinn.

Just a short distance to the north, officers on Jan. 27 reported more graffiti on the cart path tunnel near Verandah View, according to police reports.