Monday, December 14, 2015

Email from Lake Worth's PBSO Cpt. Baer (forwarded to me from Commsssioner Andy Amoroso)

"On 12/12/2015 at approximately 12:57 hours, District 14 Deputies responded to the 1800 block of Aragon Avenue in reference a Graffiti call in-progress. Upon arrival deputies set up on the area, observing three males dressed in black, on the railroad tracks beneath under the 10th Avenue over-path, with spray paint cans. In conjunction with Graffiti Unit Detective; deputies encountered and apprehended the suspects without incident. Post Investigation revealed the suspects are notorious Graffiti Suspects responsible for numerous Criminal Mischief acts throughout Palm Beach County; resulting in thousands of dollars in damages. The scene was processed with over 30 paint cans and other Graffiti equipment on scene. Suspects were charged with several counts of Felony Vandalism, turned over to Graffiti Detective and taken the PBC Main Detention Center for processing.

Great job by all involved."


And don't forget this message from Lake Worth's Neighborhood Assoc. Presidents Council (NAPC):

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