Saline teen confesses to spray-painting 7 buildings
Courtesy of Saline police
A Saline teen was caught red-handed with spray-paint cans as he was tagging a building April 15, the Saline Reporter reports.
Police found the 17-year-old around 10:40 p.m. tagging a building at 1335 E. Michigan Ave, the former Country Market, according to the newspaper. He admitted to police he had recently taken up spray-painting and is responsible for seven recent graffiti incidents in Saline.
"His tagline, Wack, was present in most of these cases, as well as the word 'sorry' in at least one case," according to the article.
"The violators don't understand the amount of destruction that's actually being done," Saline police Det. Don Lupi told AnnArbor.com in an email. "We will not tolerate this behavior and we will aggressively investigate and prosecute people involved. This causes destruction and also litters our city."
Read the story at the Saline Reporter.