A man suspected in spray painting Antisemitic and anti government graffiti at six different locations in Staten Island, New York, has been taken into police custody Monday morning.
The man, a 26-year-old Staten island resident, was picked up early Monday morning at his house. After struggling with detectives, he was taken into the 122 precinct, where is currently being questioned.
Charges are pending.
Police have said the person of interest spray painted anti-Semitic graffiti and offensive language against the federal government, including President Barack Obama, at six commercial locations in the New Dorp area of Staten Island.