Ormond Beach Police make two arrests in Vandalism of City property.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
The Ormond Beach Police Department has made two arrests following reports of anti-Semitic stickers on city property in the Nova Community Park area in early November.
Several more anti-Semitic stickers and spray-painted stencils were found, throughout Ormond Beach, following the initial report.
According to a release, a thorough investigation has been completed, naming and Daniel Howard McGinnis, 34, as the identified suspect. During an interview, McGinnis admitted to the damage and implicated his friend Jeremy Todd Imbler, 36. Both Imbler and McGinnis have been arrested and charged with felony vandalism.
All sticker and spray-paint damaged property have been cleaned off or removed.
Ormond Beach Police are encouraging residents if they see any hate speech literature, stickers, or graffiti, to contact the Police Department for documentation and removal.
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