Sometime between the night of June 17 at 8:30 PM and June 18 at 7:30 AM person or persons did graffiti to signs at the Mount Olivet Cemetery, there was desecration of several of the religious monuments and marble statues.
There were Four (4) large white marble statues which were vandalized. The
first being a marble statue of Jesus Christ on a Cross which was approximately
9 feet tall when measured. Black Spray paint was used to Spray the face Black,
a invereted cross was placed on the stomach area and the initials KY was
sprayed on the Cross. Black paint was also sprayed on the groin area and the
lettering GROSS was on the back of the Cross in large letters.
A large white marble statue measuring approximately 68″ high was spray painted
with the word SIN on the Chest Area, The face was sprayed black and the word
“PREY” (sic) was at the feet area.
The next White marble statue that of a Kneeling figure approximately 44″ tall
was spray painted in black with the Word SIN on the chest area the face was
sprayed black and the word IDOL was sprayed near the feet.
The last statue which is also made of white marble and is approximately 68″
tall was spray painted in black with the word SIN on the chest area as well the
face was also spray painted in black and the word IDOL was also spray painted
at the feet.
Behind the statues very large lettering of the Anarchy
sympbol (and A with a line through the middle) spray painted in black on the
cement. As well as a crude drawing of what appears to be a hand giving with
one finger extended.
Part of the Dark stone monument had a white cross lightly spray painted in
black as well as th Copper round decorations were painted with black. A white
spray of paint was also observed.
Two signs for the Grave yard were painted with and Anarchy Symbol and the
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