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Mayor Krewson says she feels 'fine' after home vandalized by agitators

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Red paint splattered on a window at Mayor Krewson's home after it was vandalized (Credit  KMOV) Red paint splattered on a window at Mayor Krewson's home after it was vandalized (Credit KMOV)

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- After her house was targeted by agitators Friday night, St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson said she is “fine.”

The mayor told News 4 she was surveying the paint and damage of her home Saturday morning. She said there was damage but that it’s “not a big deal.” She also said she feels safe following the activity outside her home Friday night.

News 4 crews saw someone inside the home removing a large rock from a broken window.

Around 9:30 p.m. Friday, Krewson’s home was vandalized. Red paint was splattered across the walls and shutters, and windows were shattered.

Pape & Son's Paint Co. posted on their Facebook page that they emailed Mayor Krewson's office Saturday to offer a free paint/graffiti removal on her home. 

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