FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- A Virginia man accused of spray-painting property with graffiti while he was supposed to be performing community service for a vandalism conviction has been sentenced to three years in jail.
The Free Lance-Star reports that 21-year-old Robert Singhass bragged on social media about spray-painting the word “Robbo” on properties in Fredericksburg earlier this year and drinking liquor when he was supposed to be picking up trash.
A man who spray-painted properties in Fredericksburg early this year while he was supposed to be doing community service for prior vandalism convictions was ordered Friday to serve three years in jail. https://t.co/SohXeYNz3a— fredericksburg.com (@NewsInTheBurg) September 25, 2020
Fredericksburg Circuit Court Judge Gordon Willis sentenced him on Friday to a total of 55 years in jail but suspended all but two of those years.
He sentenced Singhass to a third year in jail for violating his probation for earlier vandalism convictions.