The two structures in Area B were in the Kumi Uri outpost near the Yitzhar settlement.
The group rioted on police bus, broke windows and tried to escape after fearing they were being taken to a Shin Bet detention center.
Forces from both Border Control and the IDF scanned the area shortly afterwards in search of the culprits.
The High Court of Justice ordered the razing because the homes were illegal and built on West Bank land under auspices of the Palestinian Authority.
“Quiet will be met with quiet, greetings from Komy Uri,” read the graffiti, referring to an outpost near Yitzhar.
Palestinian vehicles were torched and had their tires slashed, and graffiti was scrawled, in price tag attacks in four separate Palestinian villages near the West Bank cities of Nablus and Ariel.
Zarug has been barricaded in him home for over three hours and its unknown how he is doing. Attorney Nati Rom was refused entry to check on him.
Forces canning the area found stones that had apparently been prepared beforehand by the suspects, that were seen running from the scene.
No damage was done to the vehicle and no Border Police forces were injured.
The West Bank settlement of Yitzhar has been in the news In the past two weeks, after a series of four attacks against Israeli security forces.