Local businesses and streets in Texas Corners are covered in Trump 2020 and All Lives Matter graffiti.

Warning: pictures and story contain foul language that some may consider offensive. 

People that live and work in Texas Corners Township were shocked to wake up to wide spread vandalism in their usually quiet community.  The Dollar General's windows read "ALM F@CK BLM" and "F@CK Whitmer ALM" in red paint.  Very similar, foul messages were also covering Texas Corners Brewing in red spray paint.  You'll also notice in the photos below that they littered many of the streets with "White Lives Matter," "Blue Lives Matter" and "Trump 2020" in white paint.

It's obvious that whoever did this is full of hate.  However, not so full of brains as they didn't factor in the security cameras.  Here's what Charter Township of Texas had to say in response to this disgraceful act on facebook this morning,

Texas Township is saddened and disheartened by the vandalism that took place in the Corners last night. We are working with our local business owners to clean up the graffiti and have contacted the Kalamazoo County Sheriff to investigate. Video surveillance shows that it happened around 11:40 p.m. last night, July 29th. We will provide suspect information when we receive it.  If you have any information about this crime, please contact the Township at 269-375-1591 or the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Department at 269-383-8821.

Thanks to Maddy Ring for use of the photos below.

Texas Corners vandalism

This amazing community immediately banded together to clean up their beautiful town as seen in the picture below from the Texas Corners facebook page.

Charter Township of Texas
Charter Township of Texas

And check out the response from Texas Corners Brewing, a local business that was hit hard with this immature vandalism...

Kalamazoo County Sheriff James VanDyken told WWMT described the suspect they're looking for,

A white female or white male with long dark hair in their late teens or early 20s, wearing a white T-shirt, blue and white bandanna covering their face and head with a cinch backpack.

If you have any info on who is responsible for this mess please contact the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Department at 269-383-8821

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