Here's a piece of advice for would-be graffiti artists. It's best not to sign your name, or the full name of the object of your affections.
It happened at Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. Brittany Ann Clenney of DeFuniak Springs decided to express her love for John Ryan Wilson in purple paint at a recently opened park. Her love notes caused about $10,000 in damages.
But she was easy to track, considering she spelled out the guy's name in full -- middle name included -- and even signed her first and middle name on one of her graffiti posts. When police caught up with her, she still had purple paint on her arm.
I'm just going to use the hashtag that the Walton County Sheriff's department used: #OnlyinFlorida
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: When you spray paint your boyfriend's full name at a brand new public park...chances are we are going to find you. Our investigators are pretty smart. Info to follow. #HopelessRomantic #OnlyinFlorida@weartv @WJHG_TV @WMBBTV @nwfdailynews @WZEPAM1460 pic.twitter.com/KEZ0TLIz0d— Walton Co. Sheriff (@WCSOFL) May 15, 2018