Teens charged with felony vandalism for leaving 'black scuff marks' on LGBTQ crosswalk; scooter company declares no-go zone

Teens charged with felony vandalism for leaving ‘black scuff marks’ on LGBTQ crosswalk; scooter company declares no-go zone


One adult and two minors were charged with felonies after they rode scooters over an LGBTQ+ crosswalk in Spokane, Washington, and the scooter rental company declared a no-go zone to protect the mural.

Spokane police said they were called by reports of vandalism on the mural, and they said they were able to witness some of the damage being done firsthand.

‘It is disturbing to see the hate taking place in Spokane … We will not let the hateful few spoil the joy of Pride Month.’

They arrested three people, two of whom were minors, and charged with class-B felony of malicious mischief in the first degree.

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A criminal complaint said the teens responded with epithets when they were confronted by other residents during the

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