Inmate Work Crews Power Wash Graffiti at Freetown State Forest [VIDEO]
The Bristol County Sheriff's Office posted a video on their Facebook page on Tuesday, April 26th. The video shows an inmate power washing the graffiti off a rock in the Freetown-Fall River State Forest.
"How do the inmate work crews from the Bristol County Sheriff's Office clean up graffiti? With Ground Walnut Shell of course. Think of it as an environmentally friendly power washer. Here's an example of cleaning some graffiti from the area around Profile Rock in the Freetown-Fall River State Forest on Monday; a project our inmate work crews will continue until we remove all the graffiti from this local landmark. Thanks to the officers at Freetown Police Association for the heads up."
Is there another location you'd like to see this environmentally friendly tool being used?