VIDEO: Newsday Deliveryman Accused of Defacing Romney Sign in Levittown

The alleged incident on the residents surveillance video on Wednesday morning. Credit: Anonymous
The alleged incident on the residents surveillance video on Wednesday morning. Credit: Anonymous
A Levittown resident is claiming that a Newsday deliveryman defaced a "Romney/Ryan" campaign sign on his front lawn by drawing an "X" on the sign early Wednesday morning.

The alleged incident was caught on video on the resident's surveillance camera. The video plays at 5:11 a.m. Wednesday morning and shows the driver get out of his van, stop for a second, walk up to the house and then stop again before entering his van and leaving.

A photo supplied by the resident shows a black "X" mark on the sign.

The resident, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that he has filed an incident report with Nassau County police and may file a criminal complaint. He also said that he has contacted a delivery supervisor at Newsday.
GRW November 08, 2012 at 08:51 AM
really who cares. the election was Tuesday. He lost. get over it and take down the sign. i think the police department has more things to worry about at a time of Sandy, a nor'easter and a gas issue that are suppose to be removed and will get thrown away.
Jack November 09, 2012 at 09:19 PM
Another LI Prima Donna
yeahitzme November 11, 2012 at 02:05 PM
Defacing property is unacceptable at any time!! We should not have to worry about people deciding they don't like something and taking it upon themselves to destroy property...seems to be a lot of double standards these days depending on "who" you are in favor of...i did not put signs on my property for this exact reason...or my car...did not want to have to worry about "certain" people taking it upon themselves to deface or destroy my property or vehicle...it's a shame!!! Sometimes you just have to let the kids "burn their hands" before they figure out fire is dangerous!! Let the next four years tell the story! =/


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