Del. David Moon’s stolen car is back in his driveway.
That may or may not be good news.
Whoever had the car during the nearly three weeks it was missing from his Takoma Park home did a number on it.
In a Facebook post on Monday, Moon (D-Montgomery) wrote, “The car reeks of weed. The speakers don’t work. (And) they took a knife to my seats and steering wheel.”
And the “check engine” light is now on.
Moon told Maryland Matters that Montgomery County Police located the vehicle on Friday night in Silver Spring. Juveniles were apprehended as part of its recovery, he said.
Ever since the theft, the good-natured Moon has made copious use of the broom emoji on social media.
On Monday, he posted a photo of himself with the recovered vehicle. It now sports a “Warren for President” bumper sticker. Moon said he used the change of his car’s status to go public with his presidential preference.
“For years now, I’ve been following Elizabeth Warren’s efforts to sweep away historic inequality & systemic corruption in politics,” he wrote on Facebook. “There’s no better time than now to bring her creative problem-solving approach to unite America around the common good.”