2 arrested in Tempe burglary, damage, graffitiPosted: Updated:
Two young men have been arrested for a burglary, criminal damage and a string of graffiti.
The suspect threw rocks through the windows at Little Caesar's at 711 E. Broadway Rd. and The Door Christian Fellowship at 707 E. Broadway Rd. on July 14, according to Tempe police.
The crimes between April and July 2014, included graffiti on the Tempe Community Action Trailer, on walls and the marquee at McClinctock High School, and on a vehicle parked in the 1700 block of E. 12th St. in Tempe.
Officers arrested Joseph Quintero and during the investigation, they identified Julius Ceaser Garcia and he was arrested on Aug. 12 for the burglary and the criminal damage to include a church and school.
To report existing graffiti, call 480-350-4311 and to report graffiti in progress, call Tempe police at 911 or the non-emergency line at 480-350-8311.
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