BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Over the past few weeks, Bakersfield has witnessed a series of window vandalisms, with the blame being placed on the homeless population. But is there more on one side of this story?
Robert Pair, a sergeant from the police of Bakersfield, says vandalism is an ongoing problem throughout the city.
“In the last five days we have received 25 reports of vandalism, but this is not just in the city center, that is, in the whole town of Bakersfield,” he said.
Earlier this month, an all too familiar scene – a rash of window damage in the downtown business district. Marc Vandueren was arrested and charged with six counts of vandalism. The damage was estimated at more over $ 7,000.
“I’ve had more broken glass and broken windows in the …
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