Second Chicago Police memorial horse statue vandalized

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For the second time, a horse statue honoring fallen Chicago police officers has been vandalized.

This one was installed at 744 North Michigan Ave and was reported at 3:30 a.m. Sunday.

No one has been arrested.

Earlier this month, Darius Moss, 25, of 2300 block of West Jackson, was charged with three counts of criminal damage to property after he allegedly climbed on one of the horse statues in the 500 block of North Michigan Avenue and the broke wings off of it.

The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation plans to auction off the 29 life-size fiberglass statues in December.  The money will be used to help the families of fallen police officers.


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