Yucaipa tagging crew arrested

Yucaipa tagging crew arrested

There are 31 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Sep 8, 2009, titled Yucaipa tagging crew arrested. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

Five members of a Yucaipa tagging crew were arrested early today after authorities noticed fresh paint coating their hands.

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Jesus Chavez

Riverside, CA

#1 Sep 8, 2009
Little scum bags should be forced to clean up all of the Inland Empire. Between these scum bags and the Mexican cholo gang bangers, the IE is looking more and more like LA. Sick little scumbag bastards.
trash

Riverside, CA

#2 Sep 8, 2009
Chop their f&%$#*g hands off and drop their stupid a&[email protected] across the border.
some guy

Moreno Valley, CA

#3 Sep 8, 2009
nothing will happen to these guys!!! come on you see it every day. they commit the crime and the system just lets them go with no punshiment. the tax payer is left with the clean up bill.
montlclair

Anaheim, CA

#4 Sep 9, 2009
trash wrote:
Chop their f&%$#*g hands off and drop their stupid a&[email protected] across the border.
what about the white guy, bryan, does he get tossed across the border too, or will u be willing to pay for his cell here in the beautiful u.s. of a.?
old school

Van Nuys, CA

#5 Sep 9, 2009
montlclair wrote:
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what about the white guy, bryan, does he get tossed across the border too, or will u be willing to pay for his cell here in the beautiful u.s. of a.?
HEY fat-boy!Do you know what you're talking about?
Silly Wabbit

Eugene, OR

#6 Sep 9, 2009
It would be simple if the court system just used a little logic. When these guys given jail time, if any, they must remain in jail until the ten thousand in damage is repaired or restitution is paid for replacing it. They cannot get out of jail until their buddies or parents pay it. If their families or partners in crime don't come up with the money, then they don't get out. That would be justice. But of course our system would never do that, even though these guys are all adults. Nice thought though.
elmer fudd

Van Nuys, CA

#7 Sep 9, 2009
Silly Wabbit wrote:
It would be simple if the court system just used a little logic. When these guys given jail time, if any, they must remain in jail until the ten thousand in damage is repaired or restitution is paid for replacing it. They cannot get out of jail until their buddies or parents pay it. If their families or partners in crime don't come up with the money, then they don't get out. That would be justice. But of course our system would never do that, even though these guys are all adults. Nice thought though.
trix are for kids!
trash

Riverside, CA

#8 Sep 9, 2009
montlclair wrote:
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what about the white guy, bryan, does he get tossed across the border too, or will u be willing to pay for his cell here in the beautiful u.s. of a.?
Absolutely! He wants to act like a savage, send him to the jungle.
Gary

Hesperia, CA

#9 Sep 9, 2009
The punishment should be fitting to their crime. In addition to current punishment I believe a minimum of 2 additional years on a road gang cleaning up graffiti in the cities listed. This should be done 24 hours a day. As soon as there is a report they should arrive in shaclkles to clean up the mess. When there isn't any work they should be farmed out in the community as clean-up and painting crew for the needy.

No more free rides.
El Diablo

Montgomery, AL

#10 Sep 9, 2009
Or next time they are found, it may not be an SO, it may be a vigilante out doing some housework in the neighborhood. No great loss, and the vigilante has done the community a service by "cleaning up the mess." Watch what you're doing, or you may not hear the bullet coming.
Patrick

Whittier, CA

#11 Sep 9, 2009
Way to de-sensitize the news.
I guess it happens so much its easier to hear these terms instead of the truth..

Crews?
These people are vandals, not crews.

Tagging?
This is vandalism, not tagging.

Plain and simple - they deface things that don't belong to them.

When I hear the word crew I think of people who actually work and bring good to a community.
Someone please tell me how vandalizing a sign or property is furthering a community?

Lets not give any more credence to these vandals by using their terms.
Nothing will change until people change the way the look at this type of vandalism and voice that they've had enough.
Patrick

Whittier, CA

#12 Sep 9, 2009
Way to de-sensitize the news.
I guess it happens so much its easier to hear these terms instead of the truth..

Crews?
These people are vandals, not crews.

Tagging?
This is vandalism, not tagging.

Plain and simple - they deface things that don't belong to them.

When I hear the word crew I think of people who actually work and bring good to a community.
Someone please tell me how vandalizing a sign or property is furthering a community?

Lets not give any credence to these vandals by using their terms.
Nothing will change until people change the way the look at this type of vandalism and voice that they've had enough.
JOE

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Sep 9, 2009
FINALLY CAUGHT SOME OF THAT SCUM. Let's just hope they make them all pay equally with dollars and cents as well as the actual labor of repairing what they destroyed. If they don't get done right the first time, have them do it over and over till it is done right. Like new, like it was before they screwed it up. Oh and make them use the same tools and harnesses they used to deface the signs. If they happen to fall off and get struck by traffic, trains or teed-off people with weapons, OH WELL!!!
After all that ship them off to the nearest war if they are citizens, if not citizens, deport them with any and all family they may have. They need to know what their relatives did to them too.
Mexicant Pendejos

Ontario, CA

#14 Sep 9, 2009
I wouldn't have a problem with shipping Bryan Peake across the border with his little amigos. He'd get to see how real mexicans live, not some wannabe I.E. puzziez...
Metoo

Santa Ana, CA

#15 Sep 9, 2009
let's get tough with these jerks, I'm tired of seeing their Mexcrement sprayed everywhere I go
Tony Z is innocent

Chino, CA

#16 Sep 9, 2009
The justice system is soft because we as taxpayers are not going to build prisons to house every person arrested and committed of a crime. As soon as taxpayers say we'll foot the bill to incarcerate every misdemeanor, we'll have space for everyone. We don't even have enough prisons for felons.
Brett Thomas

Lake Forest, CA

#17 Sep 9, 2009
Tagging is an art form. I am a former tagger, and grew out of it to be a succesful adult working during the day for a marketing company and going to school at night to be an urban planner. Considering how ugly, over grown, and littered the ten corridor is some nice art would be a breath of fresh air.
Just Killem

Norwalk, CA

#18 Sep 9, 2009
Put them to death. Save society from their absolute stupidity. They will never be productive citizens anyway. Just Killem!!!
Mike H

San Bernardino, CA

#19 Sep 9, 2009
Sounds like they got caught red handed, amirite?
Wondering

Highland, CA

#20 Sep 9, 2009
Brett Thomas wrote:
Tagging is an art form. I am a former tagger, and grew out of it to be a succesful adult working during the day for a marketing company and going to school at night to be an urban planner. Considering how ugly, over grown, and littered the ten corridor is some nice art would be a breath of fresh air.
Painting is art. Music is art. Spray painting your gang moniker on property you don't own is vandalism.

Perhaps we should send these guys over to your house for an "art" party?

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