Vandalism Of Political Signs Has Been Reported Near Buckhorn

Vandalism Of Political Signs Has Been Reported Near Buckhorn 

A recent rash of vandalism, to political signs, has been reported to the Amador County Sheriff’s office.  According to reports, large signs supporting the re-election of Amador County District 3 Supervisor Lynn Morgan have recently been stolen or vandalized near Buckhorn.   A few weeks ago, a 4’x 4’ sign was stolen from private property along Highway 88.   Then on Friday afternoon, one of Morgan’s 8’x 4’ signs and another 4’ x 4’ sign had been defaced by someone who had taped signs reading “We Miss Ted” on them.  The signs apparently refer to former supervisor Ted Novelli.  In a press statement released over the weekend, Morgan says she is sure Ted and Jennifer, referring to the Novelli’s, aren’t happy to see this and that they are very respectful of private property rights.   Morgan also said she is disappointed that some of her opponents’ supporters have accused her of somehow staging the vandalism, adding she has no reason to believe that her challenger is behind any of this, or supports it. The Sheriff’s office reminds residents, it’s a crime punishable by a fine, jail time or both, to steal or vandalize a political sign.

Written by KVGC Staff

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