S.C. mayor reports hate crime, but cops have another explanation for sticky yellow substance on car

S.C. mayor reports hate crime, but cops have another explanation for sticky yellow substance on car
Mayor Darnell Byrd McPherson of Lamar, S. Carolina. Facebook

[Ed. – … –  –  I can’t even.]

Police investigated the claims made by Lamar Mayor Darnell Byrd McPherson, who reported that someone sprayed her 2017 Symphony Silver Hyundai Elantra Sport with a residue outside their home on February 7.

The Mayor of the South Carolina town also claimed her husband’s soft-top 1998 Buick Roadmaster had been sprayed with a substance which ‘got in all of the grooves’ of the gray sedan. …

In a statement to WPDE-TV before police investigated the incident, the mayor said: ‘During the 70s, crosses were burned in the yard of our home when my mother was involved with the civil rights movement. …”

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Darlington County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Robby Kilgo explained that an investigation was opened to determine what the substance was on both cars.

‘We found it to be pollen,’ Kilgo explained in an interview with Newsweek.

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