After headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Grand Rapids were spray-painted with "TRUMP" and "MAGA" earlier this week, the Michigan Anti-Defamation League is offering up to $3,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
The third cemetery in the past few months in West Michigan has been vandalized.
The Montcalm County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in finding the people responsible for damaging headstones at a Eureka Township Cemetery, Fox 17 reports.
Today on Segment 16, the guys check out a story about a good samaritan who's possibly going to be charged for doing something nice at a vandalized cemetery! In Lacota cemetery, there had ben some vandalism of headstones, and Craig Gentry thought it was wrong and disrespectful that they'd been damaged for weeks and not repaired.
So he fixed them. For free. Like a good person would.
Earlier this month, three teenagers admitted to vandalizing the Lacota Cemetery in Geneva Township. Over thirty headstones were damaged or tipped over at the 175-year-old cemetery on Baseline Road.
Geneva Township man, Craig Gentry, and a few other guys got together to repair the headstones at the cemetery; Gentry says he's been told to stop trying to fix the vandalism by the township, Fox 17 repo