The head coach of the Bowling Green State University Men's Basketball team walked down his driveway Sunday morning to discover a racially charged graffiti message.
A family member of coach Louis Orr told WNWO the words, "White Power" and a Nazi swastika were written in chalk along the sidewalk in front of the property. Another message read "White" with an arrow pointing to the right.
The vandalism was promptly reported to the police after a family member went for a morning jog and saw the graffiti. Most of the message was washed away from the rain over the weekend but a faint piece of a "W" is still visible.
The family says this is an isolated incident at the home and there have not been previous graffiti attacks. One family member alluded to similar incidents at other area homes and believes it could be kids at the local high school who are behind the racially charged messages.