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* Joseph Spratling and Felix Carreon arrested for alleged gang graffiti in Santa Rosa

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Santa Rosa police arrested two young men late Wednesday night on suspicion of vandalism for allegedly spray-painting gang graffiti along the walls of the Prince Memorial Greenway, a police sergeant said. Santa Rosa police officers who patrol the downtown area on bicycles had been watching the greenway since May 23 when vandals sprayed gang graffiti on the park’s walls between Santa Rosa and Railroad avenues, Sgt. Mike Lazzarini said.

City crews cleaned the greenway on Wednesday, Lazzarini said. At 11:30 p.m. that day, officers saw Joseph R.Spratling, 21, and Felix Fernando Carreon III, 18, both Santa Rosa residents, spray-paint the walls near U.S. Highway 101. The graffiti included gang epithets, threats and other messages that Lazzarini said fueled counter-vandalism by rival gangs. Both men were arrested and booked into Sonoma County Jail, Lazzarini said.

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