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  • Tenino vandalism victim discusses racist graffiti

    Volunteers in Tenino recently painted over racist graffiti on Marvin Phillips' house and truck. Mayor Wayne Fournier announced Aug. 23 that Sunset Chevrolet in Sumner has pledged to repair, restore or replace the Phillips family truck, as volunteers were unable to erase the spray paint inside of and on the vehicle.

Volunteers in Tenino recently painted over racist graffiti on Marvin Phillips' house and truck. Mayor Wayne Fournier announced Aug. 23 that Sunset Chevrolet in Sumner has pledged to repair, restore or replace the Phillips family truck, as volunteers were unable to erase the spray paint inside of and on the vehicle. Andy Hobbs ahobbs@theolympian.com
Volunteers in Tenino recently painted over racist graffiti on Marvin Phillips' house and truck. Mayor Wayne Fournier announced Aug. 23 that Sunset Chevrolet in Sumner has pledged to repair, restore or replace the Phillips family truck, as volunteers were unable to erase the spray paint inside of and on the vehicle. Andy Hobbs ahobbs@theolympian.com

They spraypainted Tenino man’s home with hate. Thanks to neighbors, that’s not what he saw.

August 24, 2016 12:08 PM