OKLAHOMA CITY – A controversial moment of the Ten Commandments at the state Capitol has been destroyed, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
The granite monument, which was privately funded stands 6 feet tall and was placed at the Capitol in Nov. 2012
Oklahoma Highway Patrol says around 7 p.m. Thursday troopers responded to an abandoned vehicle which was driven into the statue.
Investigators with OHP have the suspect vehicle in custody and are continuing to investigate evidence surrounding the ordeal.
“We’ll process the scene and suspect vehicle to further the investigation in hopes of locating the responsible party”, stated Patrol spokesperson CPT George Brown.
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