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Four Men Arrested For Henderson County Vandalism Spree

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Four men, including Butch Heatherly, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County. Four men, including Butch Heatherly, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County.
Four men, including Garrett Merrell, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County. Four men, including Garrett Merrell, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County.
Four men, including Christopher Smith, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County. Four men, including Christopher Smith, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County.
Four men, including Daniel Sumner, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County. Four men, including Daniel Sumner, have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County.

Four men have been arrested and charged in a vandalism spree in Henderson County.

Captain Steve Carter of the Henderson County Sheriff's Office announced that investigators charged Butch Levi Heatherly, 19, of Mills River, North Carolina; Garrett Calvin Merrell, 19, of Hendersonville; Christopher Garrett Smith, 22, of Hendersonville, and Daniel Ray Sumner, 19, of Hendersonville, in connection with a series of vandalisms that took place on May 5. The four men voluntarily surrendered to authorities on Saturday.

According to Carter, the men damaged eight vehicles, a boat walkway and the yard of the Zirconia Post Office in the Lake Summit area of Henderson County during the early morning hours. In all, the ten separate incidents cost $12,000-20,000 in damages.

Carter stated that Merrell and Sumner were charged with 10 counts of injury to real and personal property and were each released from the Henderson County Detention Center on $1,000 bond. Heatherly was charged with nine counts of injury to real and personal property and was released from the detention center on $1,000 bond.  Smith was also charged with nine counts of injury to real and personal property and is currently being held at the detention center under a $9,000 bond.

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