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White supremacist graffiti covers home where deputy died
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MIDDLEBURG, Fla. -- The boarded up home where a Clay County detective was killed and another was injured sits covered in white supremacist graffiti.

Clay County Sheriff's Office detective David White was shot and killed while approaching the home at 4874 Alligator Boulevard in Middleburg February 2012. A second deputy, Detective Matt Hanlin, was shot in the upper left arm.

The one story house now sits boarded up and covered in red paint in the shape of swastikas, German SS symbols and the words R.I.P Tedd Tilley, according to a police report from the Clay County Sheriff's Office.

The 'Aryan Nation' graffiti was still sticky to the touch when investigators arrived on scene early Monday morning, according to the report, and appears to be a memorial to Tilley who was the alleged gunman who killed White and wounded his partner. Tilley was shot and killed in the house during the meth bust.

The Alligator Boulevard home is currently in the foreclosure process according to court records, but appears to be abandoned the report details.

An investigation is underway.

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