Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Spots Unchanged? Vandal with Spray Paint Appears to Be at It Again

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Spots Unchanged? Vandal with Spray Paint Appears to Be at It Again

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When 30-year-old Daniel Montano was a much younger man, he got busted for spraying graffiti all over town under the monikers "MFONE," "Baby boy" and "Baby rocks." Montano's penchant for vandalism earned him a nearly three-year prison stint and an order to pay $230,000 in restoration for the property he defaced. Such an onerous debt to society should have been enough to keep the graffiti vandal on the straight-and-narrow, but the Pittsburgh police believe Montano has taken on the tag "Israel" and secured a search warrant of his property.

The search turned up plenty of what the police describe as incriminating evidence, including spray paint, stencils, laptop archives and other things. Montano is also accused of having posted images on Instagram of himself in front of "Israel" tags. …

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