Sickening More juggalo gang violence and graffiti hits less informed areas of the world , i hope Australia calls juggalos a gang.
MORE vandalism from a spree of destruction in Cotswold Hills has been reported to police this morning.
The owners of a home in Cotswold Hills Dr had graffiti referencing the fans of American rap group Insane Clown Posse drawn on the front fence of their home on Sunday night.
It was in addition to similar graffiti on cars that had been parked in Cotswold Dr and Hamzah Dr which occurred on the same night.
One of the owners, who did not want to be identified for fear of retribution, said she had no idea why her home had been targeted.
Police investigations are continuing.
UPDATE: MORE vandalism from a spree of destruction in Cotswold Hills has been reported to police this morning.
It came after vandals with an affinity with a hardcore American rap group sent a chilling threat to Toowoomba police.
“Cop station gets it this Friday” was among the vandalism Cotswold Hills residents awoke to find painted on at least four cars yesterday.
Police confirmed they were wary of the threat and would be vigilant of any suspicious activities around the station on Friday.
The term “Juggalo”, which is what fans of the Detroit-based hip hop group Insane Clown Posse refer to themselves as, was also painted on four of the cars.
Juggalos have been linked to serious crimes in the United States and Australia, including a case in Sydney last year when youths with their faces painted as clowns attempted to rob a woman at a train station.
In Toowoomba, a brick was used to smash the rear window of Grace Cleaning owner Maurice Marshall’s work van and fluorescent orange paint used to vandalise it and another of his vans, which were parked in the driveway of his Hamzah Dr home.
“It makes you wonder what kind of thrills they get out of it,” Mr Marshall said.
A Cotswold Hills Dr resident, who did not want to be named, said “cop station gets it this Friday” was painted on the back of her car, as well as the words “juggalo, whoop, whoop”.
Graffiti was also painted onto the garage door of her home.
The owners of another home in Cotswold Hills Dr reported similar graffiti on their front fence to police this morning.
It had been drawn onto their property on Sunday night as well.
Toowoomba police shift supervisor Acting Sergeant Kevin McDonald said police were appealing for information from the public about the offences.
“We are very aware that the threat has been issued and we will respond accordingly,” Act. Sgt McKenzie said.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Toowoomba police on 4631 6333.