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Everett Police arrest three for tagging

Everett Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of three local men charged with spray painting graffiti on various locations on Broadway.

Reportedly, on Monday, May 8, 2017, at 1:10 a.m., Everett Patrol Officers John Fitzpatrick and Paul Dusablon were dispatched to the Parlin School area due to a report of three men spray painting a building. A description of the suspects was broadcast to the responding officers. An off-duty Patrol Officer, Jeffrey McCabe, was travelling in his personal vehicle and his attention was drawn to the actions of the three men. The suspects had spray painted three businesses on Broadway. All suspects were subsequently detained and identified and allegedly had cans of spray paint on their persons as well as paint on their hands.

Chief Mazzie stated, “The Everett Police Department takes these acts of destructive behavior that are perpetrated against business, home and city properties seriously. We encourage all residents to report acts of vandalism such as this so that we may investigate and hold those responsible accountable.”

Mayor DeMaria stated, “In Everett, we all take pride in maintaining our property, especially small business owners in our main business district. Most people in this city are respectful and appreciative of the hard work and effort it takes to run a small business and maintain private property. To have these individuals deface these buildings is very disappointing and will not be tolerated. We will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.”

Arrested without incident were Ryan Downs, 23, of Everett, Nephtali Nunez, 23, of Malden, and Jerry Garcia, 21, of Malden. Each of the suspects was charged with three counts of tagging. The suspects were arraigned in Malden District Court on Monday, May 8.

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