Police: Teen Surrenders in Mission Graffiti, Rats Out Two Other Suspects

San Antonio Police say a 19 year old man has surrendered in connection with the graffiti scrawled on the wall at Mission San Juan church, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.

Police say Andres Casteneda was naming names and an arrest warrant has been issued for a second suspect, and a third female suspect is still wanted.

The perps were clearly seen on surveillance video defacing the door of the historic structure, which is a World Heritage Site.  

One of the messages is an apparent reference to the comment that was on the back of First Lady Melania Trump's jacket when she left the White House for her visit to detailed illegal immigrant children in Texas earlier this week.

There was also other garbled gibberish written on the wall, including one that appears to be a reference to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Police say the suspects will face graffiti charges.


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