Four Arrested in Sevierville for Felony Vandalism for Spray Painting Campaign Signs

The Sevierville Police Department charges four people with felony vandalism, one is from Knoxville.

Following two investigations yesterday, Sunday, one at 1145 Dolly Parton Parkway found six campaign signs had been vandalized with red spray paint.
Another in the area of Veterans Boulevard and Collier Drive found an anti-abortion sign and small wooden crosses that had been vandalized with red spray paint.

Officers were able to identify a person who purchased the same brand of red spray paint on Saturday and led them to Valley Road in Sevierville.

22-year old Bailey Brackins and 23-year old Jazed Ucles from Sevierville, TN.  22-year old Chelsey Ogle from Knoxville and 21-year old Joshua Jones from Strawberry Plains are each charged with vandalism over $1,000.00

Photo courtesy of Sevierville Police Department

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