Police Hunt Suspect for Hate Vandalism Rampage in LA Area Involving Burbank's "Marked" Man

Police Hunt Suspect for Hate Vandalism Rampage in LA Area Involving Burbank's "Marked" ManSource: Burbank Police Department
Jake Rodriguez
Published on November 28, 2023

The Burbank Police Department has issued a dragnet for 32-year-old Klinton Allister Dion, a man accused of hate-fueled vandalism that has scarred the city with antisemitic graffiti. According to the police bulletin, his alleged spree included targets like Temple Emanu El on North Glenoaks Boulevard, an apartment complex garage on East Cypress Avenue, and a city utility box.

Considered transient, Dion is known to weave in and out of the locales of Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, Temple City, El Segundo, and Los Angeles. Authorities and concerned citizens who might have information regarding Dion's whereabouts are urged to contact the Burbank PD or their local law enforcement. The wanted man is not without distinguishing features; Dion sports a faint tattoo above his left eyebrow, a mark that may lead to his identification and subsequent capture.

Dion stands accused of leaving his mark on sacred grounds—vandalizing Temple Emanu El, a place where a community comes together to find peace and unity. The defacement, a violation of sanctity, is met with the full weight of the city's law enforcement calling for swift justice.