BOY HURT: NFL Player Offering Razor Blade Culprit Reward

Nicole LeAnn WQAD

An NFL football player is offering a reward to catch the person who glued a dozen razor blades to playground equipment in the Quad Cities.

Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Julian Vandervelde, who lives in Davenport, is offering a $1,000 reward.

“It’s just outrageous, having a son now. I can’t imagine a situation where my child had been cut by those razor blades,” the father of a 15-month-old boy told WQAD.

Courtesy Nicole LeAnn/WQAD

Courtesy Nicole LeAnn/WQAD

It comes after a two-year-old boy cut his hands on the razor blades at the East Moline park on Monday. That boy’s parents described the culprit as “sick” and “psychotic.”

Quad Cities Crime Stoppers is also offering a $1,000 reward. Anyone with information is asked to contact them.

8 comments

    • Just wonderin'

      just out of curiousity, why do you people keep reblogging all of this? And why tell everyone here that you have done it? I guess I can kind of see it if it is a really important story that you are trying to get more exposure. Brittius seems to re-blog just about everything. But, why put that here?

      • mrsklj

        In case you have neglected to read about how CMM serves our communities, we encourage you to learn more about us…click on “about us”…

        in short; CMM is a community advocates who exists soley “as the people” to go and inform other members of the public of potential threats and dangers i.e.”MILITIA”…

        also, when you have a moment, please read the Constitution to learn more of why Americans are who we are, because of being American…have i confused you yet? thought so…

      • mrsklj

        dude, get a grip…if i remember correctly, Iowa is part of America…and for the record, I’m a Yankee, from the midwest, lol…and believe Mississippi is a beautiful state full of American culture, stunning landscape, rich fields of grain, hospitality and REALLY good food, no to mention traditional familial beliefs i.e. “GOD” & Guns!

        sounds like you need to get involved and play a better role within your community, sir (or madam) …maybe things like this wouldn’t happen so often…

        remain vigilant

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