While we’ve never Mr. Sean Harrington, we can tell you one thing about him: the man loves cocaine.
According to reports, Harrington, 45, was arrested in New Orleans, Louisiana, after he was allegedly seen on security footage spray painting graffiti, including on the doors of a historic building on Bourbon Street. The incident reportedly happened on Monday, December 3.
Harrington arrest warrant states that around 2:20 a.m. on Monday, December 3, two NOPD officers observed Harrington — who was wearing a shirt and a hat with the word “cocaine” — ” defacing” the ground on Bourbon Street by spray-painting the word “cocaine.”
Additionally, as the responding officers walked down St. Louis Street, they saw “cocaine” spray painted on the ground at least five more times.
They also saw “cocaine” spray painted on the side of the curb, on a city-owned garbage can in the 400 block and on at least two IV Waste LLC garbage receptacles, according to the warrant. A witness also saw a man, later identified as Harrington, spray painting the doors at 418 Bourbon Street, the warrant states.
Officers found Harrington with a can of white spray paint in his possession, states the warrant, sworn by NOPD Officer Shontrell Johnson. NOPD arrested him less than two days later, the morning of Dec. 5.
Harrington, whose address is listed in the 600 block of Race Street in the Lower Garden District, faces two counts of criminal damage to property of a value less than $500 and one count of criminal damage to a historic building or landmark.
Following his arrest, Harrington was charged with two counts of criminal damage to property of a value less than $500 and one count of criminal damage to a historic building or landmark. He was eventually released from jail on a $500 bond.
No word on if he found any more cocaine, though.