REPORT: Longtime sportscaster charged with felony after removing ‘racist’ word from sign
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Longtime sportscaster Warner Wolf has been charged with a felony after allegedly damaging a sign at his Florida gated community that he reportedly considers racist.
The 81-year-old Wolf surrendered last Thursday on a felony criminal mischief charge, according to The Associated Press.
The article goes on to state the following:
He was released on a $5,000 bond, according to BuzzFeed News.
Police say surveillance video shows Wolf removing the word “plantation” from the gate at Classics Plantation Estates in Naples.
WARNER GOT HIS WAY —
Famous sportscaster Warner Wolf got arrested in Naples, accused of tearing down part of a neighborhood sign.
See the pic? Says Classics…Estates. Used to say Classics Plantation Estates.
But Wolf thinks “plantation” is racist. Cops say he tore it down. pic.twitter.com/XBMOWR6qpc
— Jeff Butera (@ABC7Jeff) February 8, 2019
FREE WARNER WOLF!
Good for him! https://t.co/dgo9Kr9ika
— Tom the Dancing Bug (@RubenBolling) February 8, 2019
— Benjamin Freed (@brfreed) February 8, 2019
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