TEXAS – Racial taunts cost Spring Branch man; POA dropped as defendant after settlement reached

mysanantonio.com: Racial taunts cost Spring Branch man; POA dropped as defendant after settlement reached
By John MacCormack

Updated 01:22 p.m., Friday, June 22, 2012

Dead raccoons dumped in the driveway, vulgar racist signs hung from trees, reckless shotgun blasts, a monkey doll hanging from a gate, and a tractor repeatedly blocking the passage of a special education school bus.

These were just some of the extreme measures Danny Eldridge used to try and drive his new neighbors out of the Flying R Ranch, a private development in Comal County, according to Michael and Leanna Risenmay.

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