Philly police arrest Brooklyn man in connection to 'F--k Trump' graffiti
Evan Brown was charged for allegedly spray painting anti-Trump graffiti. His friend, an attorney in the city, watched but will not face charges, according to reports.
Police have arrested a Brooklyn man for allegedly spraying anti-Trump graffiti in Chestnut Hill last month.
Evan Brown, 33, was arrested on Sunday and charged with criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, according to reports.
Police say that Brown caused up to $10,000 in damages on Nov. 25 when he spray painted “F--k Trump” on the wall of a Fresh Market on Germantown Avenue.
Duncan Lloyd, a Philadelphia city attorney, was seen on surveillance video sipping wine and holding up his phone while his friend did the act, but Lloyd will not face charges, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Saturday.
Brown was released and is due back in court on Jan. 12,Philly Magazine reported.