DC police: 2 arrested for vandalizing Trump hotel, police car

WASHINGTON —  Two men were arrested Saturday after spray painted vandalism was found on Trump International Hotel, the FBI headquarters and a D.C. police car.

Eric Roberts, 27, of Florida, and Danny Hamilton, 35, of Louisiana, were charged with destruction of government property and resisting arrest, D.C. police said in a news release.

The string of incidents began at around 11:15 a.m., during a Million Mask March demonstration, police said.

Photos show the word “corrupt” and images of masks spray painted on sidewalks around the FBI. At the hotel, someone spray painted the steps and the message “We Suck” near the entrance.

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