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Moses Moore should quit while he’s behind. The 18 year-old high school student from south of the Mason-Dixon line was first busted back in May when he and two others tossed paint cans off the roof of the Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel in NYC and hit two police cars causing over $1500 worth of damage and sending an officer to the hospital who got paint splashed in his eye. The students, all on an art class field trip, were arrested and a judge set a date in September for their trial. But Moses is already in trouble again, this time getting caught for painting some really ugly ass graffiti in his hometown of Roanoke, Virginia. He ended up getting hit with six misdemeanor counts of property damage. Wow, busted twice already for vandalism and he’s only 18. We know graffiti artists that bombed the trains in the 80’s and still paint freight train and haven’t been busted once. We think Moses should give up on his short lived career and bow out gracefully, he’s giving real vandals a bad name, and that is just unacceptable.
NYC paint can suspect charged with Roanoke graffiti WDBJ7


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Moses Moore should quit while he’s behind. The 18 year-old high school student from south of the Mason-Dixon line was first busted back in May when he and two others tossed paint cans off the roof of the Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel in NYC and hit two police cars causing over $1500 worth of damage and sending an officer to the hospital who got paint splashed in his eye. The students, all on an art class field trip, were arrested and a judge set a date in September for their trial. But Moses is already in trouble again, this time getting caught for painting some really ugly ass graffiti in his hometown of Roanoke, Virginia. He ended up getting hit with six misdemeanor counts of property damage. Wow, busted twice already for vandalism and he’s only 18. We know graffiti artists that bombed the trains in the 80’s and still paint freight train and haven’t been busted once. We think Moses should give up on his short lived career and bow out gracefully, he’s giving real vandals a bad name, and that is just unacceptable.
NYC paint can suspect charged with Roanoke graffiti WDBJ7