Some residents in Clarksville woke up over the weekend to find their cars or homes had been vandalized.

Across the city, 33 vehicles and 13 homes were damaged in a matter of days, but officials say the vandals mostly broke glass without stealing anything.

The majority of the vandalism took place at homes with streets running off of Ringgold Road from the point where it intersects with the 101st Parkway, continuing down Ringgold Road until it crosses Fort Campbell Boulevard and changes to Britton Springs Road.  

Willie Foster owns one of the homes hit on Pinto Court. He rents the property out to two tenants.

“It's very disappointing,” Foster said. “This is a hardworking neighborhood. People work hard for their money, and they kind of take pride in where they live. We've never had any problems like that in this neighborhood."

Kathy Wheeler had the windows, headlights and rearview mirror smashed out on her truck, which was parked right in front of her home.

“It was devastating,” Wheeler said. “I couldn't believe when my daughter told me someone smashed my window.”

Other areas were also vandalized to a lesser degree. They included Pea Ridge Road, Blakemore Drive, Nottingham Drive and Delaware Drive.   

Angeleah Evans just moved to her neighborhood on Ambrose Drive last fall. Both she and her fiancé’s car were damaged.

“It hurts,” Evans said. “It hurts. You think people wouldn't do that nowadays.”

Evans says her insurance will not cover the damage.

“We have to dish it out of pocket," Evans explained. "My window is probably about $300. His window is $300, too. I've got three kids. I'll have to spend a lot of money that could go toward them.”

Police say they're still investigating the incident. 

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