A man was arrested early Monday morning after deputies spotted him wearing a President Donald Trump mask while allegedly vandalizing a parked vehicle in Orange County.
Deputies were conducting a patrol check of businesses near Cabot Road and Vista Viejo Road around 4 a.m. They had to do a "double take" when they spotted "a person resembling President Trump slashing tires and breaking the windshield of a parked vehicle."
The Orange County Sheriff's Department's Mission Viejo station posted photos of the Trump mask, along with other findings including a loaded handgun, body armor, an airsoft gun and a helmet.
Authorities identified the alleged vandal as 56-year-old Rory Zimmerman.
Photos from the scene also show Zimmerman's vehicle outfitted with "takedown lights" mounted to the front windshield and a fake California license plate.
Court records show he got into trouble with the law in March and late last year for not having proper license plates.
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Zimmerman was arrested and booked for felony vandalism, authorities said. His bail was originally set at $20,000 and later upped to $100,000.