Last week, James Price found the windows of his barber shop, Turn-N-Headz, covered in racial epithets. Blue Springs police released video in hopes of identifying the culprit.
Last week, James Price found the windows of his barber shop, Turn-N-Headz, covered in racial epithets. Blue Springs police released video in hopes of identifying the culprit. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Last week, James Price found the windows of his barber shop, Turn-N-Headz, covered in racial epithets. Blue Springs police released video in hopes of identifying the culprit. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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