SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. (AP) – Police in a southeastern Pennsylvania township are investigating a hockey stick attack on a public works truck, apparently by someone upset that their street wasn’t getting road salt after recent snows.
The Bucks County Courier Times (http://bit.ly/18WHS3e ) reports the Northampton Township truck’s window was found smashed Wednesday by someone who left a note saying, “Developments need salt.”
Township public works director Gary Crossland says the municipality is struggling with a shortage of road salt after a string of storms.
He called the attack on the truck “ridiculous” and asked, “Why would I waste salt on developments when we’re so stretched for it?”
Police are trying to figure out who smashed the truck window.
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