Thursday, July 6, 2017

Vandals strike Murphy's office UPDATED

Vandals spray-painted the words “filth” and “rot” on the front of U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy's Mt. Lebanon headquarters.
“We should be worried. I was worried when my colleague was shot at,” Murphy told Tribune-Review news partner WPXI-TV.

Congressman Murphy's Mt. Lebanon office vandalized
Police are investigating vandalism to U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy’s district office in Mt. Lebanon, which officials say occurred in the late hours of July 4 or early July 5. 
Mt. Lebanon police Lt. Duane Fisher said the word “filth” was spray-painted in red on the building as well as the word “rot,” which was spray-painted twice on a glass door at the entrance. Fisher said a midnight patrol officer discovered the vandalism while driving past the office at 504 Washington Road.
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Rep. Murphy's Mt. Lebanon office vandalized

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Update July 7, 2017 6:16 PM. This is just precious.  Michalina Pendzich submitted this letter to the editor to the PG. Mondays with Murphy: Nonviolent and lawful Michalina is the ring leader of Lebo Residents for Effective Deer Management Deer, whose goal is killing deer in Mt. Lebanon.

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