KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A prison parolee has used his own money to help pay for the cleanup of a vandalized police lodge building in Kansas City, Kansas.
The Kansas City Star reports that someone who lives near the Fraternal Order of Police building called Sunday to report seeing someone spray-painting the building. The spray-painting included an obscene reference to pigs and gang-type symbols.
Police spokesman, Officer Cameron Morgan, said the paint was barely dry Sunday night when people showed up to help with the cleanup. He says the parolee pitched in money for cleaning chemicals.
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