Man Arrested for Allegedly Vandalizing Landmark Mural in Costa Mesa

A man wanted for allegedly vandalizing a landmark mural in Costa Mesa with white supremacist language in October was arrested when he appeared in court on an unrelated matter, police said Tuesday.

Daniel Alec Hotte, 27, of Dana Point, was taken into custody Monday morning at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach on a warrant, and was booked on suspicion of vandalism and committing a hate crime, said Roxi Fyad of the Costa Mesa Police Department. Hotte is charged with a felony count of vandalism with a sentencing enhancement for a hate crime, according to court records.

Officers were sent to the 3000 block of Killybrooke Lene about 2:30 p.m. Oct. 31 in response to the vandalism report, Fyad said.



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