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Nelson Heights van damaged in commissioner's driveway
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Editor's note: Previously this story stated Anthony Henderson phoned in the incident, however, according to the Covington/Newton County 911 Center, no 911 call was made. Anthony Henderson was listed as the complainant in the incident report. The story has been updated to show that information. 

COVINGTON, Ga. - A vehicle belonging to the Nelson Heights Community Center is currently sitting outside of a local collision repair shop after a tree reportedly "struck" the unoccupied vehicle in Newton County District 4 Commissioner J.C. Henderson's driveway May 13.

According to the Covington Police Department incident report, Covington City Councilman Anthony Henderson is listed as the complainant in the incident at 11:04 p.m. 

"The tree struck an unoccupied vehicle parked in the driveway at this location (7134 Puckett St.) causing damage to the rear passenger side and rear end of the vehicle," CPD Officer Kevin Thompson reported.

PDF: Nelson Heights Community Center van incident report


The Covington News has reached out to Newton County for additional information on this vehicle.