There’s something about graffiti on a police car that just screams dystopia to me. It makes me want to find Doc Brown so we can figure a way out of alternate 1985. Anyone walking down the 200 block of N. Lakewood Ave. at the right time on Monday night was greeted by such a sight. (Whether anyone had flashbacks of Back to the Future Part II, I do not know.)
According to a tweet from Baltimore Sun reporter Justin George, a Baltimore police patrol car was tagged while the officer was on business at a nearby home. The letters “DDH” and “FDL” were spraypainted on multiple sides of the car. Sun reporter Colin Campbell tweeted that one door looked like it had been beaten in.
— Colin Campbell (@cmcampbell6) December 30, 2014
Some on social media claim that “DDH” is “Down Da Hill” and “FDL” is “F— Da Law.”
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