Racial slur found on high school basketball coach’s vehicle

WCHS Facebook Page

WOODFORD COUNY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Woodford County High School is working with law enforcement as they investigate a ‘racial slur’ that was found written in the moisture on a window of the vehicle belonging to girls’ head basketball coach and the teacher at Woodford County High School after Friday’s game.

According to the WCHS Facebook Page law enforcement has been informed and an investigation has already begun including a review of security camera footage. They’re optimistic the footage will provide valuable information.

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The statement went on to say that the incident ‘no way reflects the ‘the values and mission of Woodford County Public Schools, and appropriate action will be taken upon a positive identification of the individual.’

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