Supervisor: Lewd and anti-Semitic graffiti 'intolerable'

WATSON TOWNSHIP, MICH. (WOOD) — A township supervisor in Allegan County is offering a cash reward to find the people responsible for painting lewd and anti-Semitic images on street signs and landmarks across the community.

Watson Township supervisor Kevin Travis says he learned on April 5 that about 12 signs were plastered with explicit symbols or swastikas. All the vandalized signs have been replaced, but that’s not enough for Travis. So, he is offering $100 of his own money for information to find those responsible for the vandalism.

“It’s intolerable, it’s disgusting, and it’s not going to happen in my community, at least while I’m the supervisor,” Travis said.

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