A former two-time pro-business Lineman from Pro Bowl said Sunday vandals had destroyed thousands of newly planted cherry trees in his California orchard.
Jeremy Newberry, who was at the heart of the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, and San Diego Chargers, reported In the San Francisco Chronicle, he planted more than 4,000 trees on his family's orchard in October and went to work Wednesday About half of it had been destroyed.
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"It would take two adult men literally and probably six or seven hours to rip those trees," Newberry told The Chronicle. "Only so much time until it's done. It was a heartbreak. "
Newberry believes that the vandals caused more than $ 30,000 in damage, and whoever knew that the family did not live in the orchard during the construction of their new home, currently has no power supply and no security system,
Newberry filed a police report at the office of the Sheriff of Contra Costa County, saying the trees would be replanted next February.
The former offensive lineman told the newspaper he was planning to do so to sleep in a camper on the farmland to look for suspicious things.
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"It's crazy that I have to do that at all," he said. It is daunting, but we must move forward and not be discouraged. "