After leaving work at Little Caesar’s Pizza restaurant late one night in Waynesville, Andrew Windham-Harris discovered this death threat spray-painted in huge black letters across the passenger side of his white Jeep Grand Cherokee.
After leaving work at Little Caesar’s Pizza restaurant late one night in Waynesville, Andrew Windham-Harris discovered this death threat spray-painted in huge black letters across the passenger side of his white Jeep Grand Cherokee. Courtesy of Andrew Windham-Harris
After leaving work at Little Caesar’s Pizza restaurant late one night in Waynesville, Andrew Windham-Harris discovered this death threat spray-painted in huge black letters across the passenger side of his white Jeep Grand Cherokee. Courtesy of Andrew Windham-Harris

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