Three charged after Danville Salvation Army vandalized

A 19-year-old, 18-year-old and 15-year-old each face multiple charges

DANVILLE, Va. – Danville police have charged three people, all under the age of 20, in connection with the vandalism that happened at the Salvation Army building earlier this month.

Police identified and charged three Danville residents for spray painting graffiti on the Salvation Army building that happened April 21.

Investigators charged Sierra J. Austin, 19, Antonio M. Doroteo, 18 and a 15-year-old boy, believed to be responsible for spray painting graffiti on the building.

The same three had defaced another building in a separate incident in the same area and the boy acted alone in defacing a third, according to police.

Police charged the suspects in those cases as well.

Doroteo and Austin each face two counts of vandalism, prohibition of wearing of masks in certain places while committing a crime and contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor

The 15-year-old faces three counts of vandalism.

Doroteo and Austin were released on bond, while the boy was released to his parents.