Police are now investigating an incident of racism at Calvert High School after photos surfaced of the football field having racist graffiti on it.
It led the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office to say they are now “investigating all avenues of this crime.”
The original post stated that a “15-year-old black young man came across [the vandalism] as he came to school to practice.”
The entire post reads as:
“Good evening Prism family.. it pains me to tell you these images aren’t from Alabama..they aren’t from a field states away or across the country.. this is your home..your county…”
“This graphic language at Calvert High School deserves our attention.. A 15 year old black young man came across this as he came to school to practice..is this what you want the county you live in to stand for?”
“If you think everything is liberal democrat vs. Deplorable republican, you are wrong.. this is love and peace vs. hate and in Calvert, hate is winning.. We, as a county, cannot let this stand! Please like and follow our page to stay tuned as we plan a rally for peace!”
“The culprit and motive are unknown at this time. It has been suggested that this may possibly be a response to a picture of Coach Sneade supporting the new black principal of the high school.”
After the graffiti was cleared up, the school spelled out a different message on the field — “No Hate Here.”WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.