3 Teens Charged After BLM and Derogatory References To Police Were Spray Painted In Frederick County



The kids forced their way into a building in Urbana and spray painted various items inside

Urbana, Md. DG) – Three teenagers have been charged after graffiti was found in Urbana.

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 8800 block of Lew Wallace Road in Urbana on July 9th. They found several locations that were spray-painted with graffiti on the sidewalk, fence, street sign, and mailbox.

While investigating this incident, they received another call about a burglary and vandalism at the Villages of Urbana Community Pool on Harris Street. The gate was spray-painted and the suspects forced entry into the building and spray-painted several items inside.

The letters BLM and derogatory references to police were spray painted in blue on items.

Police looked at security camera footage and were able to identify three juvenile suspects. They were interviewed and charged.

A 15-year-old boy and 16-year-old boy were charged with 2nd-degree burglary, 4th- degree burglary, and theft.

A 13-year-old girl was charged with 4th-degree burglary.

Police are asking anybody with information on this incident to call 301-600-4131.