The McMahan Law Firm, like many small businesses in the Northshore, Downtown and Southside districts, has been a target of the person or persons shooting marbles at plate glass windows shattering the glass. What has been called a “short term problem” has gone on too long.
To help find those responsible, McMahan Law Firm is offering a reward for
information leading to the arrest for those responsible.
“We’ve had our windows shattered a couple of times since we moved in to our new building”, said Brent Burks, partner at McMahan Law Firm. “It is incredibly frustrating and to hear it’s happening to other small business who face enough challenges without this, well that just makes me mad.”
According to Jay Kennamer, partner, McMahan Law Firm will provide a $1,000 reward to the person who provides information leading to the arrest of these vandals.
“It’s expensive to replace these windows. I know as a small businessman every dollar counts. Chattanooga has been so good to Brent and me, we wanted to help out our neighbors,” Kennamer said. He continued, “If we could do something to make this stop, well that’s what we want to do.
We’re Chattanoogans and Chattanoogans help each other. It’s the Chattanooga way.”
Any information on who is responsible for this vandalism should call the Chattanooga Police Department at 423-698-2525. The reward will be paid through Chattanooga Area Crime Stoppers.