Two stone tablets containing the names of military veterans were knocked over either Sunday night or Monday morning at the O’Fallon City Veteran’s Memorial. Police are investigating whether vandals or high winds were responsible for the damage.
Two stone tablets containing the names of military veterans were knocked over either Sunday night or Monday morning at the O’Fallon City Veteran’s Memorial. Police are investigating whether vandals or high winds were responsible for the damage. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat
Two stone tablets containing the names of military veterans were knocked over either Sunday night or Monday morning at the O’Fallon City Veteran’s Memorial. Police are investigating whether vandals or high winds were responsible for the damage. Derik Holtmann News-Democrat

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