Man arrested for vandalizing George H.W. Bush presidential library complex

A college student is in handcuffs for vandalizing George H.W. Bush’s presidential library complex during a late-night intoxicated rampage.

Texas A&M student Kobe Hunter Mcadoo, 20, was charged with attempted arson, burglary, and public intoxication, KBTX reported.

Man charged

The library is located on the Texas A&M campus in College Station.

Police arrived at the scene around 3:30 a.m. Saturday to find the suspect very drunk, with no shoes on and blood on his face, hands, and feet. His face is bloodied in his mugshot.

The police discovered that a metal block had been thrown through a window of the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center, which is part of the Bush Library complex. Witnesses said they saw the suspect kicking in the windows.

He allegedly tried to set the building on fire. The police found a lighter, alcohol wipes, hand sanitizer, and Mcadoo’s phone.

The suspect also set a car on fire in the nearby parking lot and broke into another, police said.

No motive

The suspect was treated for his wounds at a local hospital and booked at a county jail. He was released on a $41,000 bond.

The student admitted to consuming whisky and sleep medication.

There is no clear motive yet in the bizarre incident.

Coincidentally, the incident transpired hours before former President Trump grabbed headlines with a reference to George H.W. Bush at a MAGA rally in Nevada on Saturday night.

Trump accused the former president of stowing “millions” of government records at a Chinese restaurant and bowling alley. The National Archives chimed in to “fact check” Trump, saying the records were being kept at a temporary location while Bush’s library was being built.