Arkansas police arrested a man Thursday and charged him with tagging a Confederate memorial in July.
Graffiti on the Little Rock memorial read, “Black lives matter,” “f--- Trump” and “defund pigs,” along with other phrases common at anti-police brutality protests across the country.
Mujera Lungaho, 30, was one of two people who spray-painted the graveyard obelisk dedicated to 900 unidentified Confederate soldiers, Little Rock police said in a statement. The second person, a woman, has not been publicly identified or arrested.
Police said Lungaho and the woman attempted to topple the 6,000-pound obelisk, in addition to tagging it, local NBC affiliate KARK reported. They were reportedly caught on cemetery surveillance cameras.