NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Sportscaster Warner Wolf is facing a criminal fee after police utter he damaged a signal originate air his Florida neighborhood because it integrated the be aware “Plantation,” which he considers racist.
Collier County recordsdata point to the 81-year-veteran Wolf surrendered Thursday on a criminal legal mischief fee and used to be released.
The sheriff’s workplace says Wolf long complained about his neighborhood’s name, Classics Plantation Estates.
Deputies utter surveillance video shows Wolf striking off the letters Nov. 30. They are saying he gave the letters to a safety guard, telling him to pass them to the property supervisor. Anguish is estimated at $1,100.
Wolf declined comment Saturday and his lawyer didn’t straight return a call. Wolf announced baseball, soccer, and the Olympics for ABC within the Seventies and did sportscasts in Washington, D.C., and Contemporary York.