Greenwood Charge Man with Downtown Vandalism

Greenwood police detectives have arrested a man in connection with weekend vandalism at a Countybank building, a bank-owned vehicle and at a Greenwood Post Office. The Index-Journal reports that 20-year-old Jonathan Israel Corona of Greenwood was arrested, and police say he’s being charged with three counts of malicious damage to property, valued more than $5,000. Corona was booked at the Greenwood County Detention Center.

Indexjournal.com reports that Greenwood police were called Monday morning about vandalism that happened overnight at the Countybank at 419 Main Street., a company car and the U.S. Post Office on Phoenix Street. According to a report, officers reviewed surveillance video from the area that showed a man getting out of a white car parked at the post office, then is seen spray painting a vehicle and the buildings.

The graffiti mostly appeared to be the letters “SOL” with what appeared to be a trident in the middle, though there were other words spray painted as well, according to the report. Officers were able to identify the man through the surveillance video.