LOS ANGELES – A 37-year-old homeless woman was charged on Monday for tagging anti-Trump messages on downtown Los Angeles government buildings officials said.
The female suspect was caught on surveillance footage spraying this graffiti causing thousands of dollars in damages. Victoria Jayne Bay is accused of, on November 20, 2016, spray-painting anti-Trump messaged at the Hall of Justice, Foltz Criminal Justice Center, Hall of Records, and L.A. Central Plant.
Bay now faces up to five years in jail if convicted of the charges including, four felony counts of vandalism over $400 damage and graffiti. She appeared at the Foltz Criminal Justice Center, where she pleaded not guilty of all charges against her. She is being held in lieu of $40,000 bail.
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