For those who feel this election season can’t get crappier, we bring you to Warren County, Ohio.
Just after midnight on Saturday, a large truckload of manure was dumped in front of Warren County Democratic Party headquarters in Lebanon, Ohio, about 35 miles northeast of Cincinnati.
A sheriff’s deputy was the first to notice the pile and alerted office leaders of it around 8 a.m. Saturday, local party officials told The Washington Post.
If any of this sounds or looks familiar, it may be because a similar dump occurred at the same offices in 2012. Nobody was ever caught following that incident.
“At the time, we did not have a camera system because it kind of caught us by surprise,” said Bethe Goldenfield, chairperson of the Warren County Democratic Party. “We didn’t think something like that would happen.”
This time, the act was caught on surveillance video that the Warren County Sheriff’s Office is now reviewing, Goldenfield said. She did not want to elaborate on what the cameras captured because it was an open investigation but noted that it involved a dump truck.
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