A Colorado Springs, Colo., man was arrested Tuesday after admitting to local station KRDO that he was the one who posted racially charged signs outside two churches and around the city, KRDO reports.
Vincent Broughton, who is black, faces charges of committing a bias-motivated crime, disorderly conduct, harassment and littering, the news site notes.
The signs were first put up outside New Covenant Church of God in Christ, and referenced the Ku Klux Klan. On Monday, three signs were found outside the Relevant Word Christian Cultural Center. Broughton didn’t seem to be attempting to hide his association with the signs, however, as one of the signs he posted listed his phone number.
"I did it. Probably about 100 or so, I'd come downtown every day and put up the posters," he told the news station. "I want people to know how corrupt these people that run the town are, the police department, City Council and people in the community."