Suspect pleads not guilty to Shoreline graffiti

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

From The Seattle Times online
A man accused of graffiti vandalism spree in Shoreline pleaded not guilty Monday to malicious mischief charges in King County Superior Court.

Thirty-five-year-old Tony Huy Lee was released without bail while awaiting trial.

Police accuse him of spray-painting homes, businesses and city property with the tag "Kidd" and "K-D" over three years, causing more than $7,000 in damage.

Lee told KOMO News police have the wrong man. He says officers arrested him February 8 because he was in the area of vandalism. He says blue paint on his coat was from painting his house.

Photo courtesy Shoreline Police 

In a separate story, The Times looks at the cost of graffiti

Graffiti vandals cost public millions


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