MUSKEGON TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Parents are upset after someone sprayed vulgar graffiti on baseball dugouts at a Muskegon Township park.
The graffiti was found Thursday before a game at Parslow Park. The park regularly hosts t-ball games for young kids.
Samantha Cole's 6-year-old son plays on one of the teams. She says she doesn't believe the graffiti was there on Wednesday when she visited the park with her children. She's upset with the vandals, not the township.
FOX 17 called the township supervisor to simply ask about the protocol for cleaning it up. He said he wasn't aware of the graffiti before FOX 17's phone call. He then had the Department of Public Works paint over the graffiti this afternoon.
We'll have more from Muskegon on later editions of FOX 17 News.