A Moss Beach man was arrested Sunday for 11 acts of graffiti vandalism he allegedly committed in coastal San Mateo County over the past three months, the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office said today. Zachary Gerald Ayers, 28, was arrested after security surveillance video from a mobile home park allegedly caught him walking up to the side of a truck and tagging it, according to sheriff’s Lt. Ray Lunny. Ayers was booked into the San Mateo County jail on nine misdemeanor vandalism charges and two felony vandalism charges, which stem from paint tags he allegedly left on vehicles that caused more than $1,500 in damage each, Lunny said. All of the misdemeanor charges caused less than $400 in damage, Lunny said. The 11 crimes were committed throughout the cities of El Granada and Moss Beach, he said. Ayers used unique tags that have no gang affiliation, Lunny said. The marks included “GAZ,” “SIC,” “FONZ,” “WOR,” “MBK,” and “WAX.”
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