A West Islip man was arrested on Wednesday and charged with allegedly vandalizing several buildings and street signs in West Islip and Bay Shore, Suffolk County Police said.
Jeffrey Bohman, 21, of Pease Lane, was being held overnight at the Third Precinct and was scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip Thursday.
According to police, Bohman was arrested just before 11 a.m. Wednesday after he allegedly spray-painted graffiti on the located on Union Blvd.
Police also believe that Bohman allegedly spray-painted the underpass of the Robert Moses Causeway Bridge that runs above Union Blvd., as well as numerous other locations in West Islip and Bay Shore.
He is charged with two counts of Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree, seven counts of Making Graffiti, Possession of a Graffiti Instrument and Possession of Marijuana. In addition, police said he is also charged with one count of Making Graffiti for allegedly vandalizing a railroad overpass on Nichols Road, south of Route 25 in Stony Brook.
He was apprehended as the result of an ongoing investigation by officers from the First Precinct and Third Precinct Crime Sections, police said.