"Still, it was offensive to some people. It was to me, and it was something people don't like."
The chief felt, in his opinion, the drive-by method used was not right.
"You hate seeing things like this," Healy said. "Washington is a pretty diverse town and we want it that way. There's good people from other countries and other cultures that live here."
The Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization that tracks groups like the Klan, said they estimate there are between 5,000 and 8,000 Klan members nationwide. The SPLC named the Ku Klos Knights as a group they track and the group is active in Indiana and other states.