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Vandals hit Coleman's house again -- this time with eggs
|Last Edited||Monsieur Apr 17, 2009 10:22am|
|Media||Newspaper - Star Tribune, The (Minneapolis - St. Paul)|
|News Date||Thursday, April 16, 2009 04:00:00 PM UTC0:0|
|Description||A week that started out badly for Norm Coleman went further downhill Tuesday night after a vandal lobbed eggs at his house in St. Paul, according to a police report. |
Police reported that the egging occurred about 9: 20 p.m. Tuesday, when an unidentified person in the house saw a man outside of it.
Coleman lives in the city's Crocus Hill neighborhood.
The vandalism occurred one day after a three-judge panel ruled that Democrat Al Franken won the race for the Senate seat Coleman used to hold.
It's not the first time his home has been vandalized. Last fall, Coleman's house -- and those owned by five other members of the state's congressional delegation -- were spray-painted with graffiti.
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