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ROBERT DIETZ and his springer spaniel Kimber, stand next to one of several incense cedars that were sawed down and strewn about his property, this one thrown into one of the ponds on his property off Lotus Road. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum

ROBERT DIETZ and his springer spaniel Kimber, stand next to one of several incense cedars that were sawed down and strewn about his property, this one thrown into one of the ponds on his property off Lotus Road. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum

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Vandalism: Decorated trees cut

By From page A1 | December 10, 2012

Three incense cedar trees were resting on the edge of a pond where they had been presumedly thrown Tuesday night or Wednesday early morning, the water still. The trunks showed a clean cut from a handsaw halfway through before the tree had been snapped off from what would become a stump.

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