After leaving work at Little Caesar’s Pizza restaurant late one night in Waynesville in the Smokey Mountains, Andrew Windham-Harris discovered a 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 in the Smokey Mountains, Andrew Windham-Harris discovered a 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 in the Smokey Mountains, Andrew Windham-Harris discovered a 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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