The DOJ announced the arrest of a Portland man in connection with a fire that was set inside of the Justice Center on May 29.
So, how did they catch this master criminal? Easy.
This genius had his name tattooed on his back and he took off his shirt while he was committing the crime. <grin>
From the DOJ:
Among those who entered the Justice Center, Schinzing was identified by a comparison with a jail booking photo and a distinctive tattoo of his last name across his upper back. Schinzing spread a fire that started near the front of the office by lighting additional papers on fire and moving them into a drawer of a separate cubicle.
We have no idea why he took off his shirt, but, well done, sir.
Now, enjoy prison.
— U.S. Attorney Oregon (@USAO_OR) July 28, 2020
One of the guys who set the fire in the Portland Justice Center, Edward Thomas Schinzing, has been arrested. He faces 20 years in federal prison. They identified him because he has his surname tattooed on his back.
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) July 29, 2020