Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Two arrested in vandalizing of McNabb's lawn

Fans behaving badly is often part of the Philadelphia story, if you listen to the national media.

Two arrested in vandalizing of McNabb's lawn

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Fans behaving badly is often part of the Philadelphia story, if you listen to the national media.

Instead, the bad behavior seems to have been Saturday in Chandler, Ariz., in front of Donovan McNabb's offseason home by some Cardinals fans.

Our friends at the East Valley Tribune report that two men have been arrested on charges of suspicion of criminal damage. They allegedly poured diesel fuel into the lawn and burned in messages, including one that said, "Go Cards." The result was $2,000 in damanges, police said.

Here is more on the incident ...

Apparently, this was the second incident involving McNabb's home and Cardinals fan last week. The Arizona Republic reports that someone hung a Cardinals flag from a tree in McNabb's lawn on Thursday. McNabb found that amusing and left the flag there, police said.

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