Brick thrown at window of Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau’s home

The mayor of Roselle says that someone threw a brick at the window of her home Thursday and damaged one of her shutters.



Mayor Christine Dansereau says that this isn't the first time someone has thrown a brick at her house, and she says she wishes it would stop.



"My door is open. If you have a difference of opinion, or you have concerns about whatever political views I may communicate, let's get together and talk," she says.



Dansereau says several Roselle council members or former council members as well as Roselle staff have experienced similar incidents.



She says it first happened to her last summer. That time the brick shattered the front window of her home and damaged her storm door. She says that she wants the culprit to know that vandalizing her home isn't just about getting back at her.



"My children they had concerns because they thought are they were safe," she says. "That's a horrible thing for my children to have to worry about."



The Roselle Police Department is investigating the incident.


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