Graffiti Suspect Gets 1,000 Hours Community Service, Probation

6:10 PM, Apr 22, 2013   |    comments
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BUFFALO, NY-A Grand Island man who left his graffiti markings on public and private buildings throughout Buffalo learned his fate Monday.

Erie County Court Judge Sheila Ditullio sentenced Richard Whitefield, 25, to probation and 1,000 hours of community service.

Back in February, Whitefield pleaded guilty to two counts of felony criminal mischief and two counts of making graffiti.

He admitted using the tag "BCUZ" in vandalizing, among other locations, a city owned retaining wall near the Peace Bridge and the state owned pedestrian bridge over the Scajaquada Expressway near Nottingham Terrace.



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