HAWTHORNE, NJ - "Goosey Night", "Cabbage Night", "Mischief Night" - whatever one may call it, the prelude to Halloween has often run the risk of low level vandalism from toilet papering trees, to more serious damage such as eggs thrown at homes or cars. But the children's wing windows of the Louis Bay 2nd Library along Jefferson Avenue were visited with an altogether more reprehensible type of vandalism this year when it was reported that a crude phallus and the "n-word" had been scrawled on the glass.
The offending graffiti was removed and police had said that the matter was being looked into.
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