Twin Falls Eggers Strike Again; Many Homes & Cars Hit Recently
Another rash of eggings to Twin Falls homes and automobiles was recently shared through social media by a local woman who had three family automobiles hit near Gardner Avenue over the weekend.
Sarah Rogers of Twin Falls took to the local Twin Falls / Rants Raves page on November 17, 2019, to express her anger regarding multiple acts of residential vandalism in her neighborhood. She gave consent to us to share details about what took place,
"I have a 2005 Mercury Monterey Mini Van that got hit, a 1986 Chevy truck that got hit, and my brother from Lewiston, his truck got hit," said Rogers. "I know kids will be kids, but dammit, do something else."
Apparently, Rogers is aware of multiple area homes that got egged in her neighborhood, and elsewhere, this past weekend.
"When I saw it early Sunday (November 17), I figured my kids upset some other kids. Well, my kids reached out to who they thought it was, and they got egged too," Rogers said. "They live over by Canyon Ridge High School."
In mid-October, we shared details of another incident where eggs were seen thrown out the window of a blue, four-door automobile. The incident was captured on video by a Twin Falls resident's door bell camera. Whether or not these acts were committed by the same people, isn't known. Several neighborhood homes and automobiles were hit by eggs the evening of October, 16, 2019, between 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m., near Julie Lane and Mountain View Drive, in Twin Falls.
Rogers believes her home was targeted shortly after 8:00 p.m., on the evening of the November 17.
"I didn't see anything, but my son said he saw a car driving slow down the road, but didn't think anything of it," said Rogers.