Man charged for anti-Asian graffiti on donut store that was also target of rock, pellet gun vandalisms
- The 46-year-old man behind a string of vandalisms in Regina, Canada, has been charged with mischief.
- Vuong Pham, the owner of one of the targeted businesses, said he was “relieved” after hearing that the suspect had been charged before Christmas.
- Community members reportedly rallied to show their support to Pham after his store was attacked four times in 2021.
The man linked to a string of vandalisms in Regina, Canada, including spray-painting racist graffiti on an Asian-owned donut store, has been charged with mischief.
The 46-year-old man was charged with five counts of mischief under 5,000 Canadian dollars (approximately $3,970) for the incidents that occurred in the Warehouse District and downtown Regina between November and December 2021, Regina Leader-Post reported.