"Vandal throws eggs at Norm Coleman's St. Paul home"
As reported by The St. Paul Pioneer Press, "a young man threw eggs at former U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman's house" Tuesday night.
Around 9:20 p.m. Tuesday, Coleman "heard thumping" on the door of his home. When he looked outside, a young man was saying various obscenities, and threw another egg at Coleman.
"I kind of ducked," Coleman said. "I ran after him but I didn't get him."
Coleman described the young man in his late teens or early 20s, and he was riding a bicycle.
The suspect said, "I (expletive) can't stand what you represent," Coleman said.
The suspect was not caught, police spokesman Peter Panos said. If found, he will be charged with a misdemeanor criminal damage to property.