Neal Augenstein, wtop.com
WASHINGTON - A suspect charged with spray painting the number "68" on more than 50 vehicles in Loudoun County has been indicted and plans to plead guilty, WTOP has learned.
Court records show Christopher Bolt is set to enter a guilty plea Friday to felony destruction of property as part of a plea deal.
The judge will determine the sentence for Bolt.
It is still not certain why Bolt sprayed "68" on the vehicles. However, the Loudoun County Sheriff says Bolt told detectives he tried to spray paint the number "69," but he crossed it out when it didn't look right and painted "68" instead.
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