More BLM-inspired destruction.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE): Providence Police have identified the man they say spray-painted swastikas on gravestones at Providence College on Monday night.
According to police, Keveon Gomera, 26, was charged with vandalism and assault with intent to commit a felony.
Police say Gomera spray-painted swastikas, defaced multiple gravestones, then attempted to set a grass area on fire at the Dominican Cemetery on campus. According to a spokesperson for Providence College, the central cross and seven headstones were defaced. Providence College has repaired the damage.
Picture from yesterday after a man was arrested for spray-painting swastikas on gravestones https://twitter.com/BTaylorABC6/status/1275478630110502912
While a college public safety officer tried to question the suspect, Gomera struck one officer in the head and ran away, according to police. The officer was treated for his injuries at the hospital and later released.
The campus was locked down with a shelter in place order once it was confirmed that the suspect may have been hiding on campus, according to Steven Maurano, a spokesperson for Providence College.
The Providence Police Department said over a dozen police officers searched for Gomera, until they found him hiding in shrubs on campus. The shelter in place order was lifted before 11:30 p.m.https://www.abc6.com/man-arrested-for-spray-painting-swastikas-at-providence-college/https://archive.is/bb0qe