Early this morning, many concerned citizens alerted The Patriot that their “Vote Against the A&P Tax Signs” had been stolen out of their yards during the night.
Around 11:30 a.m., 27 anti-A&P Tax signs were unearthed at a local Searcy park. The signs were buried in a mud volleyball pit that is maintained by the city. Searcy Police Chief Kyle Osborne was alerted and came to the scene. Attorney for the Searcy Friends of the Voters Greg Niblock was also present.
View the police report here.
The tipster, who will remain anonymous for their own protection from city bullies, claims that Searcy Parks & Rec employees are the perpetrators. Stay tuned to The Patriot for developments.
There will be picketing at City Hall tomorrow at 12:00 using these muddy signs. Contact Jacklyn at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Chief Osborne has been a public supporter of the A&P Tax. We support his right to take a stand on this issue, but we urge him to conduct a swift and fair investigation into the theft of this private property. Politics should not impede justice.
It sure seems the city will do anything necessary to try to win this election. Unfortunately for them, this election will be decided by you, The People. Make your voices heard. Say no to higher taxes, more bureaucracy, and more cronyism in our city. Stand up. GO Vote Against The A&P Tax.
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