Mass. fire chief's vehicle hit with brick
Fall River Fire Chief John Lynch said the window of his car was smashed by a vandal outside of his home
By Laura French
FALL RIVER, Mass. — A Massachusetts fire chief says his vehicle was vandalized outside his home Friday night.
Fall River Fire Chief John Lynch reported finding the passenger's side window of his car smashed with a brick, according to the Fall River Reporter. Lynch found the brick lying nearby and said it had not been on his property prior to the incident.
Lynch said the vandalism occurred around 9 p.m. on May 1, shortly after the department had battled a fire at a two-story home.
The Fall River Police Department is investigating.