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Trump banners, pro-police signs and American flags targeted - by vandal:

Posted: Sep 15th, 2020 - 3:28 pm In Reply to: Democrat Pisses on Trump Yard Sign — Homeowner Lights Him Up - (Video)

Lebanon County authorities arrested a man who they said went on an “overnight crime spree of vandalism and theft” when he stole yard signs supporting police and Donald Trump, and spray-painted personal property.

District Attorney Pier Hess Graf said 13 home or business owners called police Monday to report vandalism or missing items including American flags, political or “we support our police” signs, Graf said.

Graf said Richland resident Jon G. Shanfelder, 24, spray-painted “racist” on the side of a truck, and “ACAB” — “all cops are bastards” — on someone’s home. The inside and outside of two pieces of farm machinery worth more than $6,000 were also vandalized, Graf said.

“We’ve reached a sad time in our world when every police officer is labeled a ‘bastard’ simply because he or she wears a uniform,” Graf said. Vile crimes like those committed by this defendant are the reason good, law-abiding citizens of our community fear showing their showing their support of police."

Shanfelder also damaged Trump banners with a box cutter and put “Black Lives Matter” stickers on people’s homes and cars, according to Graf.

The vandalism and thefts were reported to Pennsylvania State Police, North Lebanon Township and South Lebanon Township police.

According to an affidavit of probable cause, the crimes were largely committed around Richland, Myerstown and Jackson Township.

Graf said Shanfelder admitted to his actions after state police arrested him at his Richland home.

Shanfelder is charged with felony criminal mischief, 10 counts of theft, criminal trespass, as well as three counts of loitering and prowling at nighttime.

The 24-year-old was arraigned and bail was set at $60,000.

“I want to be clear, my office and the law enforcement of Lebanon County will not tolerate violent, destructive behavior. Criminals like the defendant will be arrested and prosecuted,” Graf said. “The chaos we’ve seen across the country will not become the norm in Lebanon.”

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