Using DNA from the crash scene, police were able to positively match those samples to ones collected from spray paint cans found near the mural.
In one small city, in Washington State, officials have outlawed chalk art saying it's "punishable by 364 days in jail and a $5,000 fine."
As part of a wave of statue vandalism, one Miami church found a effigy of Jesus torn from its base with its head cut off, police are investigating.
The president is emerging as the defender of the American regime and way of life.
The Confederate flags were taken from the graves and placed on the ground to read out "Stop Racism."
Statue of the U.S.' first leader targeted in Baltimore amid nationwide anti-racism protests.
Someone reportedly spray-painted "White Lives Matter" and "WLM" on various parts of the statue on Wednesday morning.
A video of the attack and vandalism went viral on Twitter and currently has more than 6 million views.
The Wendy's restaurant where Rayshard Brooks was killed caught fire after a vandal threw a firework inside.
Now the statue rests in the park lake covered in the brightly colored neon ropes used to topple Columbus.
In an act of vandalism, communist ideology was painted on Pittsburgh's notable war memorial named The Doughboy.
Four swastikas were found painted on the pillars of the building in the Center City neighborhood of Philadelphia.
After being released from custody, Gabriel Moreno, 39, was arrested again and returned to jail where he finished a sandwich he'd begun to eat earlier that day.
After the sword went missing from the stone and anvil in front of King Arthur's Carrousel, speculation ran rampant until a visitor claimed credit for the mythic task.
Five tourists were deported last week after they sneaked into the iconic ruins before dawn; they're accused of destroying part of the ancient attraction.
Miami Beach Police said they arrested Roderick Webber after he allegedly vandalized a wall at Art Basel Miami using red lipstick.
An African American student at Syracuse University reported being called a racial slur, prompting the university to suspend one fraternity and shut down social activities for all others.
Richard Tobin allegedly recruited people using a neo-Nazi social network called "The Base" to vandalize synagogues with spray paint in Michigan and Wisconsin.
Glass was smashed, tables overturned and the N-word was scrawled on the restaurant's walls.
A self-described "vigilante hero of justice" was arrested after allegedly attacking a Catholic Church with a crowbar while levelling baseless "human trafficking" claims at the church.
Officers Stephen Martinsen, 29, and Thomas Dowling, 26, of Asbury Park, New Jersey are accused of slashing the tires and smashing out the windows of Ernest Mignoli's two cars.
Images posted onto social media show alleged grafitti over Labor Day at Illinois' Starved Rock Park.
The rewards range from $25,500 to $127,500 and relate to a variety of violent acts of vandalism over recent months.
Advocates have reported an uptick in both anti-Semitic and homophobic attacks across Europe in recent years.
"At this time the location is a crime scene, and we need to make sure it's safe," officers said of the Sea to Sky Gondola, a tourist attraction in Squamish, British Columbia.
Pastor James Mitchell said he was "broken-hearted" when he discovered the graffiti earlier this week.
An Australian cockatoo had enough of guard spikes erected atop a shopping center, so he ripped them down in a scene captured on video.