Man arrested for vandalizing Queens automobiles with BLM graffiti
A person was arrested on Wednesday evening for allegedly tagging automobiles with Black Lives Matter graffiti in Jackson Heights, sources stated.
Heriberto Torres, 56, of Queens, allegedly admitted to vandalizing a number of automobiles within the neighborhood due to his affiliation with the Black Lives Matter motion, police sources stated.
Torres was linked to the crimes by a tattoo of a girl on his forearm, which was first noticed by investigators in surveillance video of the vandalism, sources stated.
Greater than 50 autos within the Queens neighborhood have been focused with graffiti, sources stated.
This week alone, dozens of automobiles in Jackson Heights were tagged with spray paint spelling out “BLM” or “AOC,” police stated.
Torres was charged in a number of of the acts of vandalism with prison mischief and making graffiti, sources stated.