A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through 9pm Wednesday. Heavy rain is possible throughout the day, and this combined with already saturated soils could lead to further flash flood problems both near and away from all area burn scars. Stay with 11 News throughout the day for weather updates.
Residents woke up to the sound of breaking glass. Rocks were thrown through their windows. We know about a handful of homes were targeted in the Cimarron Hills area.
We spoke to one homeowner who tells us this is the second time it's happened in three weeks.
“It's terrible. You feel so violated. You feel scared. It's like what can you do about it? That's the worst thing. You feel very vulnerable,” says Cory Porter.
He showed us the rock that went his window. He says the rock isn't from his yard.
We have calls into the El Paso County Sheriff's Office tonight to learn more about their investigation. We'll let you know when we hear back.
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