Criminals Vandalize Historic Flint Cemetery [VIDEO]
I've said it before and I'll say it again - takes a special kind of low-life to vandalize a cemetery.
Resident Bruce Watson was at Flint's historic Glenwood Cemetery to visit his mother-in-law's grave...and he noticed that the wings on the grave's angel had been broken off. And that's not all - he noticed that other headstones had been knocked over and broken in pieces.
The cemetery dates all the way back to 1857, with prominent Flint figures like Charles Stuart Mott and his son being buried there.
Watson is suggesting that, with the cemetery being on Michigan's list of historical places, they beef up security.
It's sad, because they shouldn't have to - a cemetery should be a sacred place regardless. Disgusting.