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WASHINGTON – The State Department was notified on Sunday of what it says was a possible arson attack against the Washington State Department of Revenue in the parking garage of the department’s main office building, but the Department’gta5 카지노 칩s spokesman, Patrick Ventrell, says no one was injured during the attack.
Ventrell says the attack is being investigated as a possible hate crime.
Ventrell says the attack happened early Saturday morning at 8 a.m. local time outside the parking garage entrance of the department’s main office building, which has been open during the worst of a severe economic downturn.
The Department’s office building at 2301 12th St. NW had been in the process of being cleaned out in preparation for what was supposed to be a major renovation project.
The Department’s spokesman says the attack was reported via the social media accounts of two people who had a lot of experience with people looking to harm them – either intentionally or through ignorance – and who we바카라 프로그램r생활 바카라e “wanted to make some noise.”
The attack occurred after the men reportedly left the parking garage and walked up to the building entrance and tried to knock on the door.
The man who answered the door shouted back at the man who had been talking, claiming that the man was looking for someone and that they could not both go into a store so they were having sex in their vehicle.
Ventrell says that the two were arguing over the sexual activity, then got into a physical fight about whether the other should be hit with a rock or kicked.
One of the men drove away from the parking garage with his truck parked there and another one who was driving nearby drove by the building and was also driving away when the first man started yelling for the second man to come out to get out of the building.
At some point, the two men started following one of them to a parking lot down the road.
Ventrell says they hit a fence, then got down onto a concrete barrier and started kicking the man. The other man tried to stop them but was pushed up into the air by the attacker who then hit him with his vehicle.
The victim was able to pull himself up off the concrete barrier and fall on his head onto his vehicle.
A man nearby noticed the victim lying on the ground, but th