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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Villager discovers damage and nasty note left on her golf cart parked at the square

A Villager discovered damage and a nasty note left on her golf cart, which she left parked at a town square.

The Village of Sabal Chase woman, who moved to Florida’s Friendliest Hometown about six months ago, had gone with friends Sunday to see a match at The Villages Polo Fields. Afterward, they all went for a meal at Amerikanos Grille at Spanish Springs Town Square.

The former Atlanta resident left her golf cart parked from about 3 to 5 p.m. near Margarita Republic. It was parked at the end of a long line of golf carts.

Later she found the note and discovered the damage. She reported it to police.

A Villager found this note on her golf cart.

She purchased the refurbished golf cart when she moved to The Villages and had it painted yellow.  She estimated a new paint job will cost a couple hundred dollars.

A key was used to damage the yellow paint on a Villager’s golf cart.

Villages-News.com is not identifying the woman by name, as she was the victim of a crime.

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