Caption

Property owner hopes roadside sign stops beer can, bottle littering

If you've got the time, Jim Vantine wants you to read the sign -- and stop throwing cans and bottles and other trash on his property. 

Doesn't matter what brand those first five words refer to, Vantine just wants to bottle up the disrespect that has been ongoing for months. 

The sign -- as well as the plastic garbage can displayed with it -- was taken down Wednesday evening. Vantine hopes the sign, as crude as it is, has done its job. 

Jim Vantine, of Beavercreek, put up this sign to get whoever is chucking beer cans and bottles onto his property to cease and desist immediately. (Courtesy/IWitness 7 viewer)

"My kids play out here," he told this news organization late Wednesday afternoon. 

Recommended for you

Recommended for you

Recommended for you

Most read

  1. 1 23 people indicted in Butler and Warren counties
  2. 2 Trial for Monroe student in fatal prom night crash
  3. 3 Hamilton police investigating shooting that leaves 2 wounded

He said he has the support of his neighbors in Beavercreek because cans, bottles and trash have been chucked onto their property as well.

Got a tip? Call our monitored 24-hour line, 937-259-2237, or send it to newsdesk@cmgohio.com

More from Journal-news