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Salisbury man's home, car vandalized with gang markings

SALISBURY – Honore Alexander returned to his Scales Street home Tuesday night to find his home and show car spray painted red. On the right side of his house was “Bloods,” and “Bloods B—ch.”
Alexander said his car has an $8,000 paint job, and that he takes it to car shows across the country. The entire care was misted with red paint, the license plate completely sprayed red, and the right side of the car painted with red scribbles.

Also vandalized was the meter box – which had been torn off the side of his house after someone had entered his back porch to turn off the breakers.
“I don’t bother anybody, I have custody of my two daughters, and I go to school,” Alexander said. “I’ve been doing this (showing cars) since I was 15 years old in high school. I don’t have a record, and I’ve never been charged with anything.  
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