TOWN OF BREITUNG, MI (WTAQ) - A memorial to three teenagers killed on the Wisconsin-Michigan border in 2008 was vandalized within the past week.
The Michigan State Police said a stone memorial was damaged at a railroad bridge in the Dickinson County town of Breitung. Authorities are asking for tips on who might have committed the vandalism.
The memorial recognizes 19-year-old Bryan Mort, 18-year-old Anthony Spigarelli, and 17-year-old Tiffany Pohlson. They were at a swimming hole on the Wisconsin side of the border near Niagara, when former solider Scott Johnson gunned them down in the summer of 2008.
Johnson, who's now 43, sexually assaulted a woman at the same place the night before the shootings.
He pleaded no contest to 10 felonies, and is serving three life prison terms plus 295 years.