Donation Drive Launched to Support Accused Vandal - $28K Raised So Far

Dylan Brewer. Mugshot courtesy of Palm Beach County Jail.

More than 450 people have donated $28,000 to the man accused of burning out his truck over the Delray Beach Pride intersection earlier this month — including a $10,000 donation from right-wing commentator Tim Pool.

The GiveSendGo fundraiser has a goal of $100,000 for 19-year-old Dylan Brewer’s defense fund.

“Here's a headline for the woke cult. I just sent $10k for homies legal defense. He was charged with a felony for burning out as he turned while driving over a cultist flag painting,” Pool tweeted on X.

Brewer was caught on camera on Feb. 4 burning out his truck over the Pride intersection in downtown Delray Beach. Police say there was a Trump flag waving from the bed of his truck and that the driver was wearing a cowboy hat, which matched pictures Brewer had posted on social media. He is listed on the roster of Lynn University’s hockey team, but the school confirmed to OutSFL that he is no longer a student there and that he left before this incident.

The Clearwater resident turned himself into police on Feb. 12, and he was charged with criminal mischief and a moving traffic violation.

“This fund not only supports Brewer's legal defense but also champions the fundamental American values of freedom of expression and the right to a fair trial,” the GiveSendGo organizer wrote. “By contributing, you stand for the principles that underpin our democracy, advocating for a balanced and just examination of the case.”

The surveillance video posted by the Delray Beach Police Department has racked up more than 31,000 views and more than 400 comments, mostly defending Brewer and calling the felony charge an overstep. Donors on the GiveSendGo fundraiser wrote messages such as, “Hate crime is a fake category. It was invented by cultural Marxists.” Another donor wrote, “Resist the new LGBTQ state mandated religion!” One person who donated $680 said, “Get a good lawyer - make sure to pick an even better jury. Make sure it’s majority men if possible. Women are more likely to f you over regarding this stuff. Physiognomy matters too. Trials aren’t fair, keep that in mind. May the Lord our God be with you.”

This is the second time that someone has burned out their truck over the Pride intersection. Just days after it was dedicated in June 2021, Alexander Jerich did the same while participating in a birthday rally for former President Donald Trump. A video of the act was posted to Facebook, and according to his arrest report, a fellow driver yelled “tear up that gay intersection.”

After two years of court appearances, he was given probation after writing a report on each of the 49 victims of the Pulse shooting in Orlando. Judge Scott Suskauer ended Jerich’s probation early in December.

In 2021, State Attorney Dave Aronberg said his office attempted to charge Jerich with a hate crime, but they decided that since the victim was the city of Delray Beach, it could not have a sexual orientation or gender identity.

Brewer’s next hearing is March 14, when the state will file charges.


Delray Beach Pride Intersection Defaced Again; Suspect Arrested


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