UPDATE: Grapeland man: "TXDOT wants you dead."
TYLER - You might think his message was a little extreme, claiming that "TXDOT wants you dead", but we checked back in with the owner of the sign to see -- where he goes from here.
Wayne Herring of Grapeland's Drive Thru Safari is back for more. You might remember Wayne, he put up a sign on his property that read " TXDOT wants you dead" after multiple request with TXDOT to put up a one way sign across the street from his business. Wayne fears that someone could get killed driving the wrong way after exiting his business on hwy 287.
The Lufkin TXDOT office tells us they've already looked into Wayne's case. The TXDOT office in Lufkin, does not dispute Wayne's claims they just say they haven't received any complaints. However, a local business owner says Wayne could use a one way sign.