"Do you see any paint?" Kitty asked the officers while they peered into her purse. She repeated the question with mounting anger.
The word "WOLVERINES" graffitied on the tank appears to reference the 1984 film Red Dawn about teens who fight against a Russian invasion of the United States.
The suggested reasons for the attacks vary, but at root is a rising animus against religion.
Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts reported its third case of antisemitic graffiti since October, all in bathrooms of the same on-campus residence hall.
"I think it's an immense disgrace, and to a person from our area who lawfully, and is, our current president," Irwin Adler of Scranton told PAhomepage.
While the incident has left authorities "appalled," they are "hopeful that this particular work can be restored."
The Michigan woman had spoken in favor of having a drag queen event at a local festival.
Victor Buttermoore allegedly committed the crime because he was angry over the recent quitting of one of his former employees.
"In the early morning hours of Memorial Day, my home, where I'm raising my two children, was vandalized with Antifa symbols and profanity," Mace wrote.
A swastika and an antisemitic message were found on the side of the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida, Detectives are currently investigating as a hate crime.
Under Maine human rights law, the school contacted local police, who brought the incident to the attention of the state attorney general.
Police arrested six protesters, saying, "We respect everyone's right to peacefully protest, but vandalism is not part of peaceful protest."
Albion College said the racist graffiti discovered last weekend "are not about one particular person or one particular incident."
After a photo of a vandalized billboard for a local personal injury attorney went viral on Twitter, users weighed in on the accusations of him being a "bad tipper"
The wall surrounding Graceland and the Levitt Shell were spray painted with phrases like "BLM", "Abolish ICE", and "Defund MPD."
Despite Trump's claims that a Black Lives Matter mural would "denigrate" Fifth Avenue, street art has proved to be an effective real estate tool in New York.
The message was scrawled on the mural in Edmonton, Alberta, as the 16 year old passed through the city for a climate change rally.
"It's become a bit of a cult," said the owner of the restaurant currently at the address of the show's Central Perk café.
Pastor James Mitchell said he was "broken-hearted" when he discovered the graffiti earlier this week.
"They treated me like a felon even though I was commissioned by the city to do this...I felt threatened for my life.," artist Sheefy McFly said.
The incident comes amid a rise in anti-Latino and anti-Hispanic crime in California.
Cuomo has ordered the New York State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to provide assistance to the NYPD in investigating the case.
Police say they have "zero tolerance" for hate crimes after chalk messages found in Queens area of city.
Patricia Edelen, 47, ran from officers when they attempted to arrest her.
The graffiti cost thousands of dollars in property damage.
The phrase "I don't care, do you," was spray-painted on a wooden gate outside Mission San José.
The police said classes would resume as usual.