DA Charges Tagger with 10 Counts of Felony Vandalism
March 16, 2015 - bbq set
The bureau of District Attorney George Gascón announced Monday it would be charging Andrew Yarbrough, a inclusive tagger apprehended by Mission District military officers final week, with 10 transgression depends of desolation as good as 19 misconduct depends of vandalism.
Yarbrough, whose is allegedly a vandal behind a tab “Cryst,” has mist embellished his work via a city—on MUNI shelters, businesses, city buildings and in Dolores Park, where a 18-year-old was held by military Thursday.
“We are grateful for District Attorney Gascon, and Police Chief Suhr and their teams’ loyalty and tough work in holding vandals accountable for deleterious a parks,” pronounced Phil Ginsburg, SF Rec and Park General Manager in a matter Monday. “Our parks are dedicated open space for all to enjoy, San Franciscans merit a rights to protected and purify parks.”
SF Rec and Park is, of course, in a midst of long-delayed $20 million dollar alleviation plan in Dolores Park. Last month, vandals carrying a fun float and BBQ set a plan behind by $100,000 in damages.
We’ll refurbish this post with some-more information as warranted. In a meantime, KTVU has an talk with Yarbrough following his detain final week. In it, Yarbrough reveals a origins of his purported tab “Cryst.” (Via SFist)