Two Azusa teens suspected of vandalism

Two Azusa teens suspected of vandalism

There are 20 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Dec 2, 2010, titled Two Azusa teens suspected of vandalism. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

Police arrested two Azusa teens Wednesday on suspicion of graffiti vandalism, officials said.

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james 626

United States

#2 Dec 2, 2010
The parents must be so proud.
imo

Covina, CA

#3 Dec 2, 2010
If we made the punishments more harsh for this crime, well all of them for that matter, I guaran-fricken-tee there would be less crime. Start cutting off body parts that fit the crime...
NoJuan

Orange, CA

#4 Dec 2, 2010
A tradition proudly handed down by the previous generations. Poor idiots.
Azusa Dad

Azusa, CA

#5 Dec 2, 2010
What about that ugly mess in the mountains? It looks as bad as graffiti or worse.
wild idea

Azusa, CA

#6 Dec 3, 2010
I personally think all the people where tagging occurs should buy paint guns. When someone sees a tagger marking a wall, sidewalk or building, it's open season to tag the tagger.

Then, it could be passed as state law, "The Tag the Tagger Law" requiring all citizens, when encountering a tagger in progress, to pummel the tagger with multiple colors of paint balls, thus making them visible to the authorities as a someone caught tagging.
successful prosecutions

Bellflower, CA

#7 Dec 3, 2010
Get real, Azusa looks like S--T with all the graffiti along the freeway,residential areas and shopping facilities. Make it hurt and make an example of these mexican punks so others will be fearful of prosecution and not just a slap on the hand or telling mommy or daddy.
Mike

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Dec 3, 2010
wild idea wrote:
I personally think all the people where tagging occurs should buy paint guns. When someone sees a tagger marking a wall, sidewalk or building, it's open season to tag the tagger.
Then, it could be passed as state law, "The Tag the Tagger Law" requiring all citizens, when encountering a tagger in progress, to pummel the tagger with multiple colors of paint balls, thus making them visible to the authorities as a someone caught tagging.
The flaw I see in your post is the taggers can and do carry real guns!
Nice try! These idiots need their hands burned on the stove for awhile. 2nd offense burn their hands off!
Republican Traitors

Calabasas, CA

#9 Dec 3, 2010
Bullets through the faces of these Mexican dung heaps. Mexicans and Negros can't learn, we see that 99.99% of the State's crime is committed by these third world dungers and we see that they don't learn.

Bullets through them. That solves the problem.
Republican Traitors

Calabasas, CA

#10 Dec 3, 2010
Azusa Dad wrote:
What about that ugly mess in the mountains? It looks as bad as graffiti or worse.
Look at the volunteers who clean up the mountains, rivers, trails and camp sites: Almost 99% white.

It's a cultural thing.
wild idea

Azusa, CA

#11 Dec 3, 2010
Mike wrote:
<quoted text>
The flaw I see in your post is the taggers can and do carry real guns!
Nice try! These idiots need their hands burned on the stove for awhile. 2nd offense burn their hands off!
OK, point taken. How about drive by paintballing so you are in a car and can get away quickly?
Hiker

Azusa, CA

#12 Dec 3, 2010
Republican Traitors wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at the volunteers who clean up the mountains, rivers, trails and camp sites: Almost 99% white.
It's a cultural thing.
Yes, I clean up their mess too. It's a shame that our mountains have to suffer.

Since: Oct 08

Azusa, CA

#13 Dec 4, 2010
wild idea wrote:
<quoted text>
OK, point taken. How about drive by paintballing so you are in a car and can get away quickly?
Yeah. Try that.

How about we just call the cops.

Since: Oct 08

Azusa, CA

#14 Dec 4, 2010
Republican Traitors wrote:
Bullets through the faces of these Mexican dung heaps. Mexicans and Negros can't learn, we see that 99.99% of the State's crime is committed by these third world dungers and we see that they don't learn.
Bullets through them. That solves the problem.
Great suggestion, Adolf.

Since: Oct 08

Azusa, CA

#15 Dec 4, 2010
Azusa Dad wrote:
What about that ugly mess in the mountains? It looks as bad as graffiti or worse.
Whatever mess there is in the Mountains doesn't scare away potential home owners, business owners and consumers. The nonsensical scribbling from thugs does.
Old Dad

Azusa, CA

#16 Dec 4, 2010
Azusa Metalhead wrote:
<quoted text>
Whatever mess there is in the Mountains doesn't scare away potential home owners, business owners and consumers. The nonsensical scribbling from thugs does.
My friend, I am going to have to disagree with you here. I feel that because we made the mistake of allowing that mess in our foothills, we are indeed suffering. Graffiti is in all cities, but no other foothill city allows the face of their mountains to be strip mined.
NotSure

Chicago, IL

#17 Dec 5, 2010
There we go we should start cutting off there hands or burning them, like the Taliban do. Then we can also start praying to the east on a carpet and making the women wear burkas. We should force them to watch violent cartoons or play Grand Theft Auto if we catch them so that we can teach them to be adults like us. This way we can get rid of the nusciances and get back to carpet bombing aspirin factories on the other side of the globe. You ever wonder why youngsters grow up to be so violent? Yea, let's do a drive by and shoot people with paintball guns. I think that maybe these youngsters probably would try to sniff the glue that holds the O-rings to the fuel tank on the space shuttle growing up out there arounds lames like you all. Maybe try to steer them towards positive behaviors would be better or a change of environment like in the movie, "Trading Places.". If I ever find the a$$Hoz who tried to run me over on my bicycle in Glendora then you'll see violent behavior.-King Pin
NotSure

Chicago, IL

#18 Dec 5, 2010
So, so you think you can tell
Heaven from Hell,
Blue skies from pain.
Can you tell a green field
From a cold steel rail?
A smile from a veil?
Do you think you can tell?

Did they get you to trade
Your heroes for ghosts?
Hot ashes for trees?
Hot air for a cool breeze?
And cold comfort for change?
Did you exchange
A walk on part in the war,
For a lead role in a cage?

How I wish, how I wish you were here.
We're just two lost souls
Swimming in a fish bowl,
Year after year,
Running over the same old ground.
What have we found
The same old fears.
Wish you were here. How about a nice hardy handshake?
NotSure

Chicago, IL

#19 Dec 5, 2010
This, as all of the Floyd Songs, have always had a very special meaning to me. Most songs are written from the soul and are about either love or loss, or both. Trading heroes for ghosts, reminds me of an incident in my youth that had alot of fallout. When authorities traded their stature as authorities to become ghosts. Hot air for the cool breeze reminds me of the turmoil created when the El Monte Police and Fire Department put another hit on me while in college 2500 miles away. It reminds me of the cruel hand Mother Nature dealt to you all with the Santa Ana Winds. Did they get you to trade Hot air for the cool breeze, ashes for the trees?
Okay

Guadalajara, Mexico

#20 Apr 16, 2013
Republican Traitors wrote:
Bullets through the faces of these Mexican dung heaps. Mexicans and Negros can't learn, we see that 99.99% of the State's crime is committed by these third world dungers and we see that they don't learn.
Bullets through them. That solves the problem.
Y Being racist doesnt help at all,only reason why you see more mexicans and blacks in jail is because white peple get away with just about anything!
Sunset

Los Angeles, CA

#21 Apr 18, 2013
successful prosecutions wrote:
Get real, Azusa looks like S--T with all the graffiti along the freeway,residential areas and shopping facilities. Make it hurt and make an example of these mexican punks so others will be fearful of prosecution and not just a slap on the hand or telling mommy or daddy.
Wow! I don't know what part of Azusa you've been in, but I spend a lot of time there, and I don't see any more graffiti in Azusa than I see anywhere else, and in fact, I see less of it there than in some of the surrounding areas. I do, however, agree that people caught tagging should be severely punished!

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