This woman, who is in her 60s and who is black, was shown a surveillance video by a police detective on Nov. 11 that captured the possible suspect. She told the detective that she recognized the man in the video as someone she had been in a relationship with for eight years, from 2006 to 2014, according to an affidavit of probable cause.
The woman and her daughter each identified Tucker to separate detectives that day as the man in the video. The daughter told a detective that Tucker had been her mother's boyfriend.
Tucker is also accused of spray painting "Trump Rules" on the driver's side of a white 2016 Infiniti QX60 SUV, and on the side of a house on the 900 block of South Sixth Street. Lastly, he is charged with spray painting the letter "T" on the front hood of a white 2013 Lincoln MKX SUV.
Police announced Tucker's arrest on Thursday. They said that after further investigation, they arrested him on Nov. 22. Tucker, charged with four counts of criminal mischief, was released on his own recognizance that day.
A man who answered a home phone number listed for Tucker on Friday said Tucker was not available. He said he was a friend of the family and that he had no idea why Tucker might have spray painted "Trump Rules" on the vehicles and the house.
A phone number could not be found in public records for the woman who also had her SUV spray painted with the words "Black Bitch." Efforts to reach the other victims by phone on Friday were also not successful.
Tucker is scheduled for a Dec. 8 preliminary hearing.