Woman Pleads Not Guilty to Vandalizing Downtown L.A. Historical Landmarks

Suspect Victoria Bay is shown in a booking photo released Nov. 22, 2016, by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Suspect Victoria Bay is shown in a booking photo released Nov. 22, 2016, by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

A 37-year-old homeless woman accused of scrawling anti-Donald Trump graffiti on several Los Angeles County buildings pleaded not guilty Monday to four felony counts of vandalism.

Victoria Jayne Bay, who was arrested Nov. 22, faces four counts of felony vandalism over $400 damage, according to the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office.

Bay spray-painted anti-Trump messages at the Hall of Justice, Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, Hall of Records and the county’s Central Heating and Refrigeration Plant on Nov. 20, the criminal complaint alleges.

Authorities originally estimated the damage at about $9,000.

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