M&I branch vandalized with anti-Walker graffiti

Greendale – Police said Monday they are investigating an incident Saturday night in which a citizen saw someone spray-painting anti-Gov. Scott Walker graffiti on the side of an M&I Bank branch at Southridge.

Interim Police Chief Bob Malasuk said Monday the bystander spotted the vandal just after 10 p.m. spray-painting the building. No suspect has yet been apprehended.

Malasuk said words such as Traitor and Unions are Forever, as well as profanity directed at Walker were spray-painted on the wall.

The damage has been cleaned up.

Last week, the Wisconsin Professional Police Association, the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 311, Madison Teachers Inc., Green Bay Education Association, Dane County Deputy Sheriffs Association and the Madison Professional Police Officers Association announced a boycott against businesses because they supported Walker directly, because company executives supported Walker’s campaign or because the companies are members of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, a pro-business group that supported the governor, or all three.


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