‘Trump’ Spray-Painted on Pavement Where 8 Cars Were Found Smashed, Vandalized in North Hollywood
At least eight vehicles in a North Hollywood parking garage were vandalized and left with smashed windows early Thursday morning, officials said, with the word “Trump” and other phrases scrawled on the ground.
Officers responded about 3:30 a.m. to the parking garage located in the 10900 block of Hartsook Street, according to Los Angeles Police Department Officer Cervantes.
Video shows shattered glass surrounding the pavement around a black Range Rover parked next to two sedans, with “Trump” sprayed painted in red behind one of the cars. The phrases “f— you,” “why try bud” and “rules dry” were also seen written on the ground.
Holes could be seen bashed into the windows of some cars, along with drippings of red paint. A blue Toyota Camry had the letter “u” spray painted across the back window, which was smashed.
Cervantes said LAPD officials have no information about why the vehicles were targeted and whether it had anything to do with supporting or opposing the president.
No other details have been released.