Two Adults, One Juvenile Arrested For Vandalism In Hagerstown

They’re charged with multiple counts of malicious destruction of property.


Hagerstown, Md (KM) The investigation into a series of vandalism incidents  in Hagerstown between November 2-6 has been completed.   Police say two adults and one juvenile have been identified as suspects. Christopher Alan Clark, 22, and Kaleb Cole Bishop, 18, and, both of Hagerstown,  a 16-year-old boy are all charged with 14 counts of malicious destruction of property greater than $1,000; and 15 counts of malicious destruction of property less than $1,000.

Authorities say they received more than 20 calls for vandalism between November 2-6: 10 were businesses and 10 were residences were hit. These incidents, which  also included destruction to motor vehicles,  occurred throughout the city.

Police say projectiles were thrown threw windows.

Hagerstown Police conducted a joint investigation into these incidents with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

By Kevin McManus