Naples Police “Go to the Video Tape” and Arrest Warner Wolf

Former New York TV sportscaster Warner Wolf whose famous catch line was “Let’s go to the videotape” was charged with a felony after Naples police went to the videotape.
Wolf was charged after surveillance video showed him removing the word “plantation” from the entrance sign of his HOA in Collier County.
Police in East Naples say Wolf turned himself in last week after allegedly prying off the letters from the “Classics Plantation Estates” neighborhood sign.

Wolf reportedly brought up his displeasure with the word, which he calls racist, at regular meetings with his HOA.
After ripping them off the sign, the 81-year-old went up to the security gate back in December and gave the broken letters to the guard there.
Plantation, Florida may be next.



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