For nearly a decade, he was just a shadow of a man. Police chased him - sometimes literally - from the Back Bay to Brighton, through suburban rail yards and city streets in the middle of the night. According to authorities, Adam Brandt was there and then, just like that, he was gone.
But his alleged tag - "Spek" - remained, staining trucks, buses, and train cars from Boston to Salem. He became, according to police, one of the most prolific graffiti vandals in Eastern Massachusetts, potentially responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage.
This month, Brandt was arrested in Salem and charged with 16 counts of tagging and 16 counts of malicious wanton destruction to property.
In the graffiti underworld, this was big news.
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