NAPLES, Fla. – The well-known sports star Warner Wolf turned on Thursday for violating the entrance sign of his community in Naples.

The sign for the Classics Plantation, which is attached to a water well, was damaged last December.

The surveillance video of November 30, 2018 showed a man removing individual letters from the word "plantation," according to a police report.

Kevin McDonald, the president of the Homeowner's Association, told Collier County MPs, the 81-year-old wolf who lives in the community, was out of his distaste for the word "plantation" and his desire to sign change, voiced vociferously.

A witness told Collier County MPs that on November 30, he saw Wolf "doing something to the sign" in the water well.

The witness then identified Wolf as a person in the surveillance video, according to a police report.

Wolf dropped off at the Naples Jail Center and was charged with criminal mischief over $ 1,000.

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