Police investigate after ‘KKK’ sprayed on Indiana homes, cars

KOKOMO, IN (NBC) — Police in Kokomo, Indiana say someone spraypainted “KKK” on homes, cars, and political signs some time late Sunday night or early Monday morning in neighborhoods on the city’s northeast side.

The political signs hit were all for Democratic candidates.

Defiant residents have replaced a lot of those signs, determined not to be intimated or silenced.

“This, to me, is why people should go vote,” said Monica Fowler, whose signs were all tagged.

Fowler is most troubled by a message she says was left on a car.

“It said ‘Get out.’ It said, ‘chomo’,” Fowler explained

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