Twin Cities Man To Pay For Vandalizing Federal Monument

Twin Cities Man To Pay For Vandalizing Federal Monument
(Washington, DC) -- A Plymouth man will pay 44-hundred dollars in fines and restitution for vandalizing a sandstone wall at Pompeys Pillar National Monument in Montana. According to the U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Land Management, Cole Randall accepted responsibility for carving his and his newlywed wife's name into the rock. The monument is where explorer Captain William Clark etched his name into the historic rock over 200 years ago, and Randall's vandalism was done within a few feet of Clark's handiwork.