Not much is known about the suspect, but he has to be a University of Kentucky fan.
Not a good thing in Louisville.
David Baker, a 27-year-old resident of Jefferson County, has been charged with 17 counts for allegedly keying cars and slashing tires on 43 vehicles near Belknap Campus, as well as damaging a couple of dozen bicycles. The incident followed the University of Louisville-Kentucky football game Sept. 4.
The culprit involved also used a knife to scrawl the words, “UK Wins Big Time,” on many cars after a seven-point UofL loss. Like UK wasn’t a heavy favorite going into the game.
Video showed a rotundo brandishing a knife and quickly moving from car to car before driving off in a pickup truck.
The suspect is resting uncomfortably in Jefferson County Corrections, unable to post a $50,000 cash bond, with no UK fans stepping up thus far to provide assistance.
If guilty, how should he be made to pay for the crime?