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Teen Wanted for Felony Vandalism in Arlington Surrenders

Police say teen has ties to Arlington, White Settlement



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    Trevor Zane Collinsworth, pictured, is wanted by the Arlington police in connection with several instances of felony graffiti offenses.

    An Arlington teen wanted in connection with several felony graffiti offenses surrendered to the Tarrant County Sheriff's Department.

    Trevor Zane Collinsworth, 17, was wanted by Arlington police for several felony graffiti offenses at a church and school. Police said Collinsworth was also suspected of tagging utility boxes, fences, garage doors and a vehicle.

    Police said Collinsworth spray painted the letters VTF with black and orange paint at a church on the 3400 block of West Interstate 20 and at a school on the 3300 block of Pimlico Drive.

    On Friday, Arlington police tweeted that he has bene charged with two felony counts of graffiti and was in custody.

    "There is a possibility that additional charges could be added once cost estimates are received from homeowners on the damages to other citizen’s property that have been reported in the I.H. 20 and Park Springs corridor," police said in a statement Thursday.

    Collinsworth has ties to both Arlington and White Settlement and is also known by the nickname “Diesel."