Vandalism at Rep. Mace’s home - GOP responds


Investigators find graffiti at second Daniel Island park

Monday, an officer responded to Smythe Park and noticed an “anarchist symbol” sprayed with black paint on one of the welcoming columns of the park.

Citizen reports Daniel Island park graffiti

Police were told by an anonymous citizen that the walk bridge at Barfield Park on Daniel Island had graffiti painted on it. Officers reported discovering pink graffiti on the walkway and hand railing.

The report stated that the graffiti included “F-DI MOMS,” “MAGA,” “R ROB,” and some other undistinguishable writings.

While leaving the area, the responding officer also noticed some color paint on the roadway. The officer said “BLACK LIVES MATTER” was written on the roadway.

Authorities said as the officer was preparing the report on this incident, he received another call about graffiti at another park where someone had used pink spray paint to paint on the trees, sidewalk, park bench, light poles and a sandwich board sign.

Police officers said the graffiti included profanity and a graphic image.

GOP responds after vandalism at Rep. Mace’s home

Several members of the South Carolina Republican Party have shared their outrage after Lowcountry home of a U.S. Congresswoman was vandalized.

A report by the Charleston Police Department states that officers responded to Mace’s home where she told investigators that she had left the home on Sunday night, and when she returned home the following morning she noticed several black graffiti marks that included “anarchist symbols and statements including profanity” on the roadway, sidewalk and house foundation.