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Four People Arrested For Vandalism Spree Involving 16 Vehicles In Carpinteria

Posted on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 6:03pm


Two adults, and two teens have been arrested for a vandalism spree in Carpinteria which left 16 vehicles damaged.

Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputies say vandals targeted vehicles parked in a lot near the Venoco Pier in Carpinteria late Monday night.  Rocks, full beer cans, and a chain were used to break windshields, smash hoods, and dent roofs.  The total damage could hit $30,000.  Most of the vehicles also appeared to have been burglarized.

Detectives arrested 19-year-old Logan Michael Fraley, and 19-year-old Robert Jameson Thornton for burglary, vandalism, and receiving stolen property.  A 17-year-old boy, and a 15-year-old boy were also arrested in connection with the vandalism, and burglary spree.


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