Man charged with spray-painting swastika, white supremacist graffiti on wall of Richmond business

RICHMOND, VA. (WRIC) – A man was accused of spraying a swastika and white graffiti by supremacists on the wall of a store in Richmond in late June, police said Thursday.

The man, identified as Ryan C. Evans, was wanted in Richmond for multiple crimes and was arrested last week. Police said in a press release that tips from community members led to Evans’ arrest.

Evans was charged with demolition of private property on June 28 for spraying racist graffiti on the wall of a shop on the 2900 block on West Broad Street. He was also charged with indecent exposure for an incident that occurred on July 16 on the 400 block of Cleveland Street and public urination on the 3900 block of Fauquier Avenue on August 11, police said.

Evans has also broken his parole, according to police.

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