Police in Helena said on Monday that Spenser Koley Love, the man suspected of vandalizing dozens of downtown businesses and landmarks, has turned himself in.
Love was arrested on a warrant for felony criminal mischief and booked into the Lewis & Clark County Detention Center on Sunday.
The first reported cases of the vandalism came in on November 30.
Police say more than 40 people are reported to be victims of the criminal mischief and say the likely felony charge is the result of the damage estimate and the number of instances and people impacted.
The "Aspect" tag was reported on numerous buildings and landmarks around Helena, including the Montana Club and Prospect buildings, the trolley on Last Chance Gulch, and the Performance Square Mural.
Love is scheduled to appear in Justice Court on Monday afternoon.
(DECEMBER 15, 2017) Based on the investigation in to the “Aspect” graffiti incidents, a warrant was issued on Friday for Spenser Koley Love on a charge of felony criminal mischief.
The bond is $25,000. The Helena Police Department says that Love is 25 years old, 5’11”, 156 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information concerning his location is asked to call the Helena Police Department at 406-447-8461 or their local jurisdiction. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 406-443-2000 or at www.helenacrimestoppers.com.