Louis Orr's Toledo home vandalized

Former Orange star and assistant coach Louis Orr, who currently serves as head coach at Bowling Green, discovered racially charged vandalism at the end of his driveway on Sunday morning, according to Toledo television station WNWO.

Orr is a former Syracuse University basketball player (1976-1980) and assistant coach (1996-2000).

A family member of Orr says the words "White Power" and a Nazi swastika were written in chalk on a sidewalk in front of the property. The family member said that another message simply read "White" with an arrow pointing to the right. It was promptly reported to police after a family member went for a jog and discovered the graffiti. Most of it has been washed away by rain.

The family says that this is an isolated incident and that there have not been previous vandalism attacks at the home. One family member says that other homes in the area have been vandalized and speculates that it could be local high school kids who are behind the racially charged messages.