A 29-year-old Northern Westchester man was busted for allegedly damaging a political sign display of a Yorktown residence.
The man, a resident of Yorktown Heights, was arrested on Wednesday, Oct. 28, by Yorktown Police after he allegedly intentionally damaged a "Trump 2020" law display sign, said the Yorktown Police.
According to police, the man damaged the sign, along with an American flag and spotlights, by spray painting over the "homemade" wooden sign.
The damage was estimated to cost more than $250 resulting in the man being charged with felony criminal mischief, police said.
The man turned himself in to police and was charged and then released on his own recognizance.
He is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday, Nov. 5.
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