Wake County school board member John Tedesco's car seems to be a magnet for diversity policy supporters.
One of the crowd of protesters who were chanting outside the school system's headquarters climbed on top of Tedesco's car today to post fliers. The fliers told the board that it was still time to reconsider the vote ending the diversity policy.
Raleigh police detained the student, whom Tedesco said told him was an Enloe High School student. Tedesco said he offered to not press charges if the student and his mother agreed to meet with him and talk things over.
Tedesco said his car was dented and scratched.
Since some of you guys are skeptics, Raleigh police confirmed today's incident.
Tedesco has also said his car was plastered with posters on the day of last month's HK on J rally in Raleigh in which the crowd chanted that Tedesco's got to go.