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Santa Rosa Police Arrest Teen Suspected Of Graffiti Vandalism

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Santa Rosa police arrested a 17-year-old boy suspected of committing 370 acts of graffiti vandalism over the past five months, a police sergeant said today.

Police served a search warrant at a residence in the Coddingtown area of west Santa Rosa and identified the teen as the tagger, “FLUE,” Sgt. Phil Brazis said.

The damage from the vandalism to public and private property in Santa Rosa is estimated at more than $15,000, Brazis said.

The teen was booked into the Sonoma County Juvenile Justice Center on three felony and 367 misdemeanor counts of vandalism.

Police gave arrested three other alleged graffiti vandals since Jan. 9.

Alisa Dolores Delao, 18, of Santa Rosa, is suspected of being the tagger “COSA” who vandalized locations in Santa Rosa over the last six months of 2013, Brazis said. Delao was arrested on Jan. 9.

Ariel Suarez-Godinez, 19, of Santa Rosa is suspected of being the tagger “DABR” who committed at least 62 acts of graffiti vandalism during the last eight months of 2013, Brazis said.

Police arrested Reynaldo Zamora-Ruiz Jr., 22, on March 11 on suspicion of committing 75 acts of graffiti vandalism in Santa Rosa.

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