Two men were arrested Saturday in connection to a couple instances of vandalism at the Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C. and the FBI’s headquarters, police said.
Police said they noticed several buildings and public sidewalks that were vandalized with spray paint.
The Trump Hotel and the FBI’s headquarters were damaged as well as a Metropolitan Police cruiser, according to WUSA-9.
Authorities identified the alleged vandals as 27-year-old Eric Roberts from Florida and 35-year-old Danny Hamilton from Louisiana. Roberts is facing charges of defacing government property and resisting arrest and Hamilton was charged with destruction of D.C. government property and resisting arrest.
The incidents occurred during the Million Mask March.