Windshields of cars owned by pastor, son cracked downtown

To the Editor,

I want to facetiously thank the person who intentionally cracked my car’s windshield and also my son’s windshield while my family dined at JR’s restaurant in Tecumseh after our November 22nd church service.  

Our vehicles were sitting side-by-side in the parking lot, and together we’re looking at more than $500 to replace the glass.

In this current time where our safety and well-being are threatened by evil foreign terrorists who seek to disrupt our lives by instilling fear and unrest, it’s sad to see that someone living here in America could get a thrill out of committing a cruel and petty act against a fellow citizen.  And by the way, like many other people with Christmas shopping ahead of us, I had been saving a few hundred dollars to spend on Christmas gifts for my grandchildren and a donation to the good folks at Lenawee County Mission.  

Again, I facetiously thank this unknown criminal for breaking our windshields and stealing part of our holiday celebration.  I hope you’re proud of yourself, and I also hope and pray that a witness to your crime will give me a call or talk to the police on my behalf. Along with those sentiments, I forgive you for your foolish and repulsive conduct, and I pray you straighten out your life before you or someone else gets hurt any worse.

Pastor Alan Maki



Tecumseh Herald


110 E. Logan St.
P.O. Box 218
Tecumseh, MI 49286

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