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Report: Anitra Gunn did not name her boyfriend in vandalism report

The incident report also says it was the second time in two weeks that someone had damaged her tires

FORT VALLEY, Ga. — When Anitra Gunn told police on Feb. 5 that someone had slashed her tires and smashed windows in her home, she said didn't know who did it.

But she also said someone had damaged her tires two weeks earlier.

That's all according to a Fort Valley police incident report.

Now, Gunn is dead and her boyfriend, Demarcus Little, is charged with damaging her property. He is not charged in connection with her death.

The report says Gunn called Fort Valley police just before noon to her home at 508 West Church St.

An officer found one window at the front of the home broken with a brick. Also, the two driver's side tires on her car were flat, apparently punctured.

Gunn said she heard a noise around 3 a.m. but thought it was her animals moving around.

She noticed the broken window when she woke up at 11:30 a.m. Later, she found a second window broken in the back.

"I asked Ms. Gunn did she know of anyone that might have done this and she stated no," the officer wrote. "Ms. Gunn also stated that she had not had any issues with anyone."

Gunn told the officer that someone had damaged two tires on the car, a 2013 Chevrolet Cruze, two weeks before Feb. 5, but she did not report it to police.

The report shows that Demarcus Little was arrested Feb. 18 on a charge of first-degree criminal damage to property, but doesn't explain how police connected him to the Feb. 5 damage.

Little remains in the Peach County jail on Wednesday afternoon.

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