|Updated: 6/19 12:16 am
||Published: 6/19 12:14 am
The executive director of the Oklahoma Equality Center is the victim of vandalism.
"I was away from my car for 30 minutes came back and there was a boulder sitting in the driver seat," said Toby Jenkins.
It was supposed to be a night on the town until he found his passenger window broken, his steering wheel damaged and a concrete and brick block sitting in his driver's seat.
"Rarely do I look at something and say that's bigger than me but I thought, "Wow that's bigger than me," said Jenkins.
His sarcasm masked the security stolen when his car window was broken.
"Normally I don't live in fear," said Jenkins.
However, this act of violence has him worried. It happened Saturday just after midnight in Downtown Tulsa near Brady and Boulder. Jenkins told FOX23's Dontaye Carter managers from Club 209 called police.
"I do feel a little bit suspicious. I want to make sure I'm looking over my shoulder to make sure nobody is following me."
The case is still under investigation.