Menlo Park police obtained a warrant to search the home of then 18-year-old Mr. Williams and found examples of his tagging work and graffiti materials, prosecutors said. Police also found he had a jellyfish tattoo on his leg that matched the tagging symbol.
Mr. Williams' brother also reportedly confirmed that the young man's nickname is "Stand."
Damage cost estimates hover around $4,000 but could rise, according to prosecutors. The case has been continued to April 9 for the restitution report and order for restitution.
Mr. Williams was put on two years' probation and will be subject to search and seizure, the "usual fines and fees," and will not be permitted to possess graffiti tools or instruments, according to prosecutors.
—By Kate Bradshaw
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